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  1. Pinyin support for web bookmarks search

    @tianshilei1992 OK, I got it. I've done several experiments and found that there's indeed something wrong with Alfred when it comes to searching bookmarks with Chinese characters. So the problem is, you can only get the bookmarks you want when you type in the name of the bookmarks IN ORDER. In other words, if you only type in individual characters of its name, you won't get it. Example: I want to search for the bookmark '图书馆' (library). When I type in '图', '图书', or '图书馆', I always get the bookmark. If I type in '书', or '书馆', I won't get it. The same thing doesn't happen if I do searches in English. Yeah it's kind of annoying to have such problems.
  2. Pinyin support for web bookmarks search

    @tianshilei1992 And with Chinese characters:
  3. Pinyin support for web bookmarks search

    @tianshilei1992Well I think you can, actually.
  4. @Vero Oh thank you so much! Can't believe I was so stupid to have missed the button right there!
  5. @deanishe I could and I have created my own ones but what's not so perfect is I can't make them the "fallbacks", which are always the default ones.
  6. In Web Searches settings, we can customise the searches we create but can't do the same thing to those that come with Alfred, which is a pity, because I myself, for example, want to make my Alfred look more personalised by changing the favicons of those searches such as Google, Wikipedia ... I understand why Alfred doesn't allow users to change the settings but it'd be really great if we were able to change just the favicons. :-)
  7. Would it be possible that Alfred could do searches in Apple Music? That'd be awesome.
  8. Recent used files

    In Alfred when we navigate and open the action list of an app (e.g. Word), we could browse the "recent used files" list, which is a great function. Well, there's actually something not so convenient about it. At first I was experiencing a problem that I couldn't find a recently opened file in the list; later, I eventually found out that, instead of showing all files opened by an app, the list only shows files that have been opened through Alfred. And this makes everything far more complicated than it's been designed to be. Would you please do a little bit of change to this? Thanks a ton!
  9. I have to say I'm experiencing the same thing here. It'd be absolutely helpful if we had a rename function in the action list. Please Alfred Team, please put some consideration in it.
  10. Sluggish defining [Fixed 3.3 b787 pre-release]

    @Andrew and this:
  11. Sluggish defining [Fixed 3.3 b787 pre-release]

    @Andrew I've just recorded a gif but unfortunately it's too big to upload here... so I uploaded it here: http://www.giphy.com/gifs/3o7TKuDcAI0BJuOFqw Not sure if you can see it. This is an example, sometimes it doesn't take such a long word for it to be slow. Really confusing.
  12. Sluggish defining [Fixed 3.3 b787 pre-release]

    @Andrew Thanks for your reply! Here's the spec of my Mac: CPU: 2.2 GHz Inter Core i7 RAM: 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 Harddrive: SSD I've got 6 dictionaries in my app... I don't really think my Mac is too slow for them, though. PS: This problem only happens with Alfred, when I'm typing words; I can type the same word quite smoothly, in the search bar of the Dictionary app.
  13. Sluggish defining [Fixed 3.3 b787 pre-release]

    Can anybody help, please?
  14. Hi everyone, I've had this problem with the "define" function for a while, which is, every time I try to define a word or especially a phrase, typing becomes sluggish. I guess it's because Alfred is processing a lot of words in the dictionary, but actually I've never had such problems when I do any other kinds of searches with Alfred, even if there's also a lot of stuff to process. Can anybody help? Thanks a lot! OS X version: El Capitan 10.11.6 Alfred version: 3.2, build 759
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