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  1. @Vero Thank for your reply. I have attached a diagnostic report before and after restart. It looks like somehow Indexing is randomly disabled on first startup? Got it. so far I have not contacted Apple. Starting Diagnostics... File: 'IMG_2932.JPG' Path: '/Volumes/Data/Downloads' ----------------------------------------------------------- Check file cache database... ✅ File cache integrity is ok ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if file is readable... ✅ Alfred has permissions to read this file. Unix Permissions: 384 Underlying Type: NSFileTypeRegular Extended Attributes: ( "com.apple.lastuseddate#PS" ) ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if volume '/Volumes/Data/' is indexed by macOS... ⚠️ Indexing may not be enabled on this drive /System/Volumes/Data/Volumes/Data: Error: unknown indexing state. ----------------------------------------------------------- Check direct file metadata... ⚠️ Direct metadata is missing, this file is likely not indexed by macOS ----------------------------------------------------------- Check mdls file metadata... ❌ macOS metadata missing essential items /Volumes/Data/Downloads/IMG_2932.JPG: could not find /Volumes/Data/Downloads/IMG_2932.JPG. ----------------------------------------------------------- ❌ Troubleshooting failed **After rebooting a second time, all files show up just fine. ** Starting Diagnostics... File: 'IMG_2932.JPG' Path: '/Volumes/Data/Downloads' ----------------------------------------------------------- Check file cache database... ✅ File cache integrity is ok ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if file is readable... ✅ Alfred has permissions to read this file. Unix Permissions: 384 Underlying Type: NSFileTypeRegular Extended Attributes: ( "com.apple.lastuseddate#PS" ) ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if volume '/Volumes/Data/' is indexed by macOS... ✅ Indexing is enabled on this drive ----------------------------------------------------------- Check direct file metadata... ⚠️ Direct metadata is missing, this file is likely not indexed by macOS Display Name: Other Names: Content Type: Last Used: ----------------------------------------------------------- Check mdls file metadata... ❌ macOS metadata missing essential items kMDItemFSContentChangeDate = (null) kMDItemFSCreationDate = (null) kMDItemFSCreatorCode = "" kMDItemFSFinderFlags = (null) kMDItemFSHasCustomIcon = (null) kMDItemFSInvisible = 0 kMDItemFSIsExtensionHidden = (null) kMDItemFSIsStationery = (null) kMDItemFSLabel = (null) kMDItemFSName = (null) kMDItemFSNodeCount = (null) kMDItemFSOwnerGroupID = (null) kMDItemFSOwnerUserID = (null) kMDItemFSSize = (null) kMDItemFSTypeCode = "" ----------------------------------------------------------- ❌ Troubleshooting failed
  2. Today, when I turned on my Mac Spotlight does not find any files and folders on my Data partition. When I reboot the Mac Spotlight and Alfred immediately is working again. What else can I do? I really appreciate any assistance. I followed along the Troubleshooting File Indexing Issues page. The Search Scope is set correctly I have performed a deeper reindex multiple times to no avail: Reindex macOS Metadata Index and Deleting the .Spotlight-V100 Folder Alfred diagnose still shows macOS metadata missing essential items. Spotlight randomly does not find any files on my Data partition . After rebooting a second time, all files show up just fine. Starting Diagnostics... File: 'Data' Path: '/Volumes' ----------------------------------------------------------- Check file cache database... ✅ File cache integrity is ok ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if file is readable... ✅ Alfred has permissions to read this file. Unix Permissions: 509 Underlying Type: NSFileTypeDirectory Extended Attributes: ( "purgeable-drecs-fixed" ) ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if volume '/' is indexed by macOS... ✅ Indexing is enabled on this drive ----------------------------------------------------------- Check direct file metadata... ⚠️ Direct metadata is missing, this file is likely not indexed by macOS Display Name: Other Names: Content Type: Last Used: ----------------------------------------------------------- Check mdls file metadata... ❌ macOS metadata missing essential items ----------------------------------------------------------- ❌ Troubleshooting failed
  3. Thanks. So far I haven't found a way to reproduce the issue. It is always happening when I am busy. Than I have to browse through the Finder window, which is very annoying.
  4. Temporarily I unplugged the security key however the Spotlight Index issue still occurs randomly. I do not think it is related to Apple Watch or fingerprint sensor to sign in. It looks like a Ventura Bug in 13.6.1.
  5. Thank you for your reply. Indeed, I am using a security key to sign in. I will do some more testing.
  6. Hi there, I have noticed a strange behaviour, which occurs frequently since Alfred version 5.1.2 or 5.1.3 on macOS Ventura 13.6.1. When I turn on my Mac Spotlight does not find any files and folders on my Data partition. Spotlight shows files on the System partition, only. When I reboot the Mac Spotlight and Alfred immediately is working again. I did not change any settings! Somehow Spotlight is not triggered for non-system partitions. I tried to re-add the partition to the Search Scope and I also did a full macOS Metadata reindex multiple times to no avail. Is this known macOS Ventura or Alfred issue?
  7. @Vero I really appreciate your great support. It is working like a charm, now! Anyways, I have noticed the icon changes once I lookup those folders a couple of times.
  8. These are local folders that are stored on a hard drive. Due to the fact that those folder end with a domain name e.g. .com, /.org / .de macOS somehow recognises them as com.apple.web-internet-location Content Type. Is there any workaround?
  9. @Vero Thank you. I have checked multiple folders. Starting Diagnostics... File: 'mywebproject.com' Path: '/Volumes/RAID/Sites' ----------------------------------------------------------- Check file cache database... ✅ File cache integrity is ok ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if file is readable... ✅ Alfred has permissions to read this file. ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if volume '/Volumes/RAID/' is indexed by macOS... ✅ Indexing is enabled on this drive ----------------------------------------------------------- Check direct file metadata... ✅ Direct metadata available Display Name: mywebproject.com Other Names: Content Type: com.apple.web-internet-location Last Used: ----------------------------------------------------------- Check mdls file metadata... ✅ Metadata contains required items _kMDItemDisplayNameWithExtensions = "mywebproject.com" kMDItemContentCreationDate = 2009-05-22 14:29:36 +0000 kMDItemContentCreationDate_Ranking = 2009-05-22 00:00:00 +0000 kMDItemContentModificationDate = 2022-05-08 16:06:50 +0000 kMDItemContentModificationDate_Ranking = 2022-05-08 00:00:00 +0000 kMDItemContentType = "com.apple.web-internet-location" kMDItemContentTypeTree = ( "com.apple.web-internet-location", "com.apple.internet-location", "public.stored-url", "public.data", "public.item" ) kMDItemDateAdded = 2022-05-08 09:58:00 +0000 kMDItemDateAdded_Ranking = 2022-05-08 00:00:00 +0000 kMDItemDisplayName = "mywebproject.com" kMDItemDocumentIdentifier = 0 kMDItemFSContentChangeDate = 2022-05-08 16:06:50 +0000 kMDItemFSCreationDate = 2009-05-22 14:29:36 +0000 kMDItemFSCreatorCode = "" kMDItemFSFinderFlags = 0 kMDItemFSHasCustomIcon = (null) kMDItemFSInvisible = 0 kMDItemFSIsExtensionHidden = 0 kMDItemFSIsStationery = (null) kMDItemFSLabel = 0 kMDItemFSName = "mywebproject.com" kMDItemFSNodeCount = 7 kMDItemFSOwnerGroupID = 20 kMDItemFSOwnerUserID = 501 kMDItemFSSize = (null) kMDItemFSTypeCode = "" kMDItemInterestingDate_Ranking = 2022-05-08 00:00:00 +0000 kMDItemKind = "web internet location" ----------------------------------------------------------- Check file is in search scope... ✅ File exists within Alfred's default search scope ----------------------------------------------------------- ✅ Troubleshooting passed
  10. Hi there, I do have a bunch of folder names that end with a top-level domain. Using Simple Folder Search does not longer work in Big Sur.. When I create a new folder called crazyproject.com Alfred is able to find them, though. I have rebuild the MacOS metadata index a couple of times. Spotlight lists folder that end with a dot as Web Internet location. Do I have expand Alfreds File Filter Input metadata? Alfred built-in File Search Troubleshooting does not show any errors ✅ What can I do? Thanks
  11. Is this workflow still compatible with Airmail 4?
  12. Hi there, I am looking for a workflow to delay or schedule email in Apple mail. Does Alfred provide a built-in workflow for that?
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