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  1. I found the problem. Very interesting. In the System Preferences > Network > Advanced > Proxies > HTTP & HTTPS, I had prefixed `http` to my proxy, which caused an issue. If anyone reports this issue, this might be a silly reason. Thanks for the help!
  2. Yes, I'm having problems with Docker (only updating); however, I think that's a separate issue. My corporate network does MitM HTTPS connections AFAIK... but I know others in my organization have gotten Alfred to work with the proxy. Quite intriguing.
  3. They were set in my ~/.bashrc. My http and https proxies are also set in System Preferences > Network > Advanced > Proxies, along with the location of my corporate .pac file.
  4. Version of OS X: 10.12.3 (16D32) Version/build of Alfred: v3.3/801 Expected behavior: When checking for updates, be able to connect to remote update server for updates. Actual behavior: Unable to contact update server. Unable to load changelog. Reproduce: 1. Be behind proxy 2. Set `$http_proxy`, `$https_proxy`, `$HTTP_PROXY`, `$HTTPS_PROXY` in environment. 3. Check for updates... Optional: toggle use macOS proxy in network in Alfred -> advanced settings. Try step 3 again. I'd love some guidance on this. FWIW, this worked before upgrading to Sierra. P.S., great tool! Very helpful. Thanks for sharing! Cheers, erip
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