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Alex M

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  1. Sorry, I totally missed this reply. Just tried the updated version with the frosty teal theme updated and I can confirm it's working fine now. Thanks!
  2. I was about to complain about performance having gotten nearly unusable over the last months on my 2015 MacBook (12", USB-C, not a powerhouse I know ), but I saw a different thread that mentioned changing your theme and that seems to have done the trick. What's strange is that performance is ONLY terrible with Frosty Teal. All of the other default themes (Alfred, Alfred macOS, Alfred Classic, Notepad and the dark variants) all work perfectly fine even though AFAICT all of them except for Classic still use transparency. Is there something "special" with Frosty Teal that could be causing things to be so unbearably slow? (and can it be fixed because I really do kind of like that theme)
  3. I just checked, and I don't see the indexing bar in Spotlight. And, as I said, the odd thing is that Spotlight seems to be unaffected. It can find apps with no problem, while in Alfred I have to try 3-4 times before it'll show up.
  4. So using "reload" seems to only make it "forget" the ones that I've gotten it to remember. I used Alfred to launch Chrome earlier, and when I tried it again after doing a "reload" I had to do the retype it 3-4 times thing to get it to show up again.
  5. I've been using Alfred 3 with the Sierra beta for a few weeks now with no problems. 2 days ago, I decided to do a clean install of Sierra on my MacBook and Alfred was one of the first things to get reinstalled. Since then, however, getting app names to come up has been REALLY slow. If I start typing the name of an app, all I'll get are the default Search Google/Amazon/Wikipedia results. If I try it again, the same thing happens. Usually after the 3rd or 4th try, it'll finally show the application as expected and I'll be able to launch it. Once it finds it once, it appears to be fine until the next time I restart the computer at which point it'll "forget" all over again. What's really strange is that using Spotlight, app names come up immediately. Since, to the best of by knowledge, Alfred uses the exact same data source as Spotlight, I really don't know what could be causing this. Any help would be appreciated.