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kinnell

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  1. That makes more sense. Not sure what was happening before when I had an empty Search Scope except "Include Home Except Library". I clicked reset and I see all the defaults now. Is there a way to ignore certain file types all together? (ie: *.cache)
  2. I noticed initially that I was unable to open certain Applications from Alfred. I refreshed the Application cache and rebuilt OS X Metadata from Alfred preferences to see if that would solve the problem but then was unable to locate any Applications at all. I was forced to include the Application folder within the search scope in order to find applications at all which I didn't have to do in the past. Unfortunately, this is far from ideal because this also throws in non-Application files from Application folders (ie: Adobe app folders) and convolutes my searches. Note: I am running Alfred 3 and I did upgrade to El Capitan a month back. No plans to upgrade to Sierra until I can make sure all my work & productivity apps work fine.
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