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  1. I couldn't find an Options section on the Features page. Am I looking in the wrong place? Screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lwqokeg3qc9f3rk/Screenshot%202016-01-12%2014.40.29.png?dl=0
  2. Alfred Version v2.8.1 (425) OS X: Yosemite 10.10.5 When using the clipboard history, history/latest items are viewable. However, when I hit enter on an item to paste it, the latest item in the clipboard is always pasted.
  3. Say I wanted to type in a keyword in Alfred and it would start up the file browser at /some/specified/directory. How would I go about doing this? Would I need a separate script? My end goal is to type in a keyword say ssd, and that text would be replaced in alfred with /some/specified/directory.
  4. It took me a whlie to get this working but it's pretty awesome! However, I have noticed that there are sometimes display problems for what should be recognized characters. : http://i.imgur.com/IOFfSoX.png Is there any way this can be fixed? Maybe the ASCII/Character encoding needs to be modified specifically for Wolfram?
  5. A couple of suggestions: Browse: It'd be really awesome to have a browse command that could be used for all sorts of stuff. For example, if I typed in Browse System Preferences, it would act like the file navigator, except with several preference panes pop up, and you can choose which one you want to go to. Browsing could also be tightly integrated with the calendar. Browse Calendar <Scope> could have display events for that scope, be it day, week, month etc. Default Search Engine: I want to be able to change the default search provider and the order in which they appear. This was available in Alfred 1, not sure where it went Browser History/Bookmarks: Alfred should take bookmarks from your default browser, and if you type the first couple of the site, it will display an option of opening the webpage. iTunes Mini Player: It'd also be cool if I could just scroll through songs in the mini player.
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