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  1. @bo123x I do apologise that between 11:37pm on Saturday night and 9:52pm on Sunday night, I didn't reply to your email. Please keep in mind that everyone here is only human. Kind people like @vitor, and people like Andrew and I who work our hardest to support users. We're not machines and do occasionally attempt to have a few hours at a time where we don't look at the support inbox. Cheers, Vero
  2. @Guillaumbzig Welcome to the forum Could you please fill in your Powerpack email address in your forum profile if you're a Powerpack user? Cheers, Vero
  3. @Alan He If you take a look at the subtext for Airdrop, it says "Open Airdrop in Finder", rather than jut the path as it would for Safari, etc. This is because Airdrop, like Finder, isn't listed there as an app, but added to Alfred's results by us. As such, results like Airdrop and Finder can't be removed by excluding from the macOS index. There's no way to remove them, but we'll keep this in mind. Cheers, Vero
  4. @jdavyd Ok so what I can gauge from this is that you installed 1Password 7 at some stage, and enabled the third-party integration feature which created the file, but then switched back to 1Password 6. Possible? Alfred looks for the most recent version of 1Password, and the legacy file from your foray into using 1PW 7 is still there. Before making any of the changes below, please back up your 1Password data, then: - Disable 1Password integration in 1PW 6's Advanced preferences, in other words, doing the opposite of step 1 here: https://www.alfredapp.com/help/feature
  5. @Guy Welcome to the forum Could you share with us what you want to achieve? There are numerous templates to perform different tasks. If we know a little more, we might be able to guide you in the right direction, provided what you have in mind is possible. Cheers, Vero
  6. @jdavyd I should've also asked, what path is shown for the Discover Automatically? Does it match the 1PW version you're using?
  7. @jdavyd It's very difficult to help given how little information you've provided. Which version of 1Password are you using? Is it from the App Store, from 1PW's website? Are you using iCloud sync, Dropbox sync, etc? Which version of macOS and Alfred are you using? The more information you can provide, the more likely we can help Cheers, Vero
  8. @bergmul Andrew has already replied to your question by email, but for the benefit of others, here's the answer Cheers, Vero
  9. If you update to the pre-release, the text is actually different to the screenshot The dropdown only contains browsers, not other apps. If you want to do even more advanced URL handling, then a Run Script object is what you should be using. Cheers, Vero
  10. I've just checked our site analytics before responding to make sure there hadn't been a significant shift in recent times, and currently, Safari and Chrome represent nearly 95% of Alfred's user base. Both of these browsers provide a reliable way to present bookmarks in the results. If and when Edge, Brave or any browser, takes prevalence on macOS, we will consider supporting it, provided a legitimate, supported way to search bookmarks is available for the browser. For transparency's sake, I posted this same answer in the Edge browser thread, as the argument is much the
  11. I've just checked our site analytics before responding to make sure there hadn't been a significant shift in recent times, and currently, Safari and Chrome represent nearly 95% of Alfred's user base. Both of these browsers provide a reliable way to present bookmarks in the results. If and when Edge, Brave or any browser, takes prevalence on macOS, we will consider supporting it, provided a legitimate, supported way to search bookmarks is available for the browser. Alfred has been around for over 10 years now, and this isn't how we work. We assess features we a
  12. Cmd + Enter is now a secondary hotkey combo to add a clipboard item as a snippet. However, as you don't have a snippet collection yet, you'll see this error message. If you did intend to save the clipboard item as a snippet, just create a collection first To paste from the Clipboard Viewer as plain text, you can just press return, no need for any other modifiers. Cheers, Vero
  13. @jdavyd Did you have previous versions of 1PW installed? If so, you might need to remove some old 1PW data from your Mac. Open Alfred's 1PW preferences, click Advanced and take a look at the Discover Automatically URL. Is it the correct version of 1Password? If it isn't the right version of 1Password, navigate to that location, delete the file and uncheck/recheck the Discover Automatically, so that Alfred can attempt to find the correct version of the data. Cheers, Vero
  14. @Kalaschnik Given Alfred's primarily intended to be used from the keyboard, a hover-over would require moving from the keyboard, grabbing the mouse and hovering over the particular results. Perhaps in your case, as you're not using the text auto-expansion feature, something like a List Filter workflow instead of snippets might be better suited. You can then have a title and subtext, and then have that paste text. Here's how List Filters work: https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/inputs/list-filter/ Then connect a Copy to Clipboard utility to paste y
  15. @Alan He The word "file" starts at a word boundary, so it's a relevant result. Beyond that, Alfred uses a bunch of other factors, such as your knowledge (files you've opened before), so if you open the "typings" file a few times, Alfred will learn you're keener to have that file come up in the results at the top for that search term Cheers, Vero
  16. @Kalaschnik While it's not necessarily possible to show the full title, a wider theme will be a helpful first step. Here's a dark theme that is wider than the one you're currently using - you could make it even wider if you like. https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/NGpVNyZgWp/ Cheers, Vero
  17. @Takuro Well spotted, oops! I've passed it on to Andrew, and it'll be fixed in the next pre-release build Cheers, Vero
  18. @Abhishek Jain How are you searching for files? Are you prefixing your search with the spacebar as I assume your general files aren't (and shouldn't be) in your default results? I believe characters after a dash should be treated as a new word boundary by the macOS index (certainly seems to be in Big Sur) Might be worth familiarising yourself with the spacebar shortcut: https://www.alfredapp.com/blog/tips-and-tricks/spacebar-trick/ Next, if you're still looking for a word that isn't the start of a word boundary, you can prefix the characters with a wil
  19. @peegeebee If by workflow, you're referring to the default web search for Google Translate, the URL structure was changed by Google a couple of days ago. If you update to the Alfred 4.3.2 pre-release (by going to the Update tab, choosing "pre-releases" from the dropdown menu at the bottom and updating), you'll see that this URL has already been updated to reflect Google's change Cheers, Vero
  20. @mangotango If you're referring to apps still showing in Alfred after being added to the Spotlight Privacy tab, type "reload" into Alfred to clear the app cache. Cheers, Vero
  21. @Erick Out of curiosity, which version of Alfred are you using and what error are you seeing? The translate default web search seems to work fine but I'd be interested to hear if anyone has issues with it. Cheers, Vero
  22. @pavan309 While it's not possible to duplicate a default web search, if you use it once, you'll see it in your browser and be able to take it from there. Let us know if you need help with a specific custom search Cheers, Vero
  23. @jdavyd What account are you referring to? I'm suggesting that you create a new item in your existing 1Password vault. Once you've done this, go to Alfred's Features > 1Password to see whether this new item has been added to your list of bookmarks in Alfred. This will help you establish whether Alfred is looking at the correct 1PW data, and not outdated data from a previous version of 1PW on your Mac. If you need a 1Password license or subscription, etc, this isn't something I can help you sign up for, but the lovely folks at 1Password can help. Cheers,
  24. @toughToes Welcome to the forum You can save a clipboard entry as a snippet by showing the Clipboard Viewer, selecting the clipboard item you want and pressing Cmd + S. Cheers, Vero
  25. @kimillian Do you need to see the output in Alfred? Or just results in any way? Because you can easily make a web search workflow with the keyword "daystoday" and a web search that opens Google with "how many days since {query}". That way you can enter your date in any format, as Google accepts "20200103", "3rd Jan 2020", "last Friday", or any particular event like "Christmas", etc. In fact, you could duplicate that set of objects and create another one looking ahead "how many days until..." You can grab the workflow here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/66
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