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  1. Thanks for the explanation! I see it now: Looks like customising fallback searches is a powerpack feature — there is no way to remove fallback searches in the free version of Alfred; is that right?
  2. In my Alfred Web Search preferences, I have disabled Google and Amazon, but I must be missing a checkbox somewhere because Alfred insists on putting Google and Amazon in the search results for any term that I type (see screenshots). How do I definitively disable Google and Amazon search?
  3. Hey Andrew. Thanks for the suhggestion. I updated to 10.13.2, but even after a restart, this issue persists. I hate to fire back with simply, "It still doesn't work." I'm looking for patterns that trigger/mitigate the issue, but I haven't found anything conclusive yet. Let me know if you have any ideas to test out.
  4. Running Alfred v3.5.1 on macOS 10.13.1. Occasionally (I haven't been able to pin down a root cause yet), Alfred does nothing when I select an option from search results. E.g.: 1. Activate Alfred (⌘-Space). 2. Type a shortcut (e.g., "term"). - Terminal.app (or iTerm.app, etc.) is highlighted. 3. Press return. Expected behaviour: Alfred switches to the highlighted application. Actual behaviour: Search results are cleared, but Alfred stays focused and does not switch to the highlighted application. This only occurs some of the time (maybe 1-2 times per day). I'm not sure exactly what to look for; let me know what additional information I can provide to assist with diagnosing this issue.
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