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  1. As mentioned in Andrew's second screenshot, Alfred always copies the selected text to the clipboard. I think even when you use the "Restore previous clipboard item" option, the selected text will still be in your clipboard history. The "Mark item as transient" option only makes it so the modified text doesn't show up in the clipboard history as well.
  2. Where is the download link?
  3. Are you sure that's how you searched for folders before? Alfred doesn't return files and folders by default, you have to press space bar and then type the folder name. If that did work before, maybe you don't have Folders checked under Default Results.
  4. Will there be an option at some point to have a different display text for custom web searches in the action panel, like the built-in web searches have? Alfred doesn't replace {query} in the action panel results, so it looks a bit silly
  5. It looks like you installed Alfred 1. Download Alfred 4 from https://www.alfredapp.com.
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_order_mark 😉
  7. Yes, and remove your disk from the Privacy tab. Spotlight will probably have to reindex all your files again, which will temporarily cause high energy usage.
  8. Same, I bought my license in November 2011, right after I got my first MacBook. Upgraded to Mega Supporter in 2014.
  9. Alfred uses the Spotlight index to find your files, so I'm not sure why you would want to disable it.
  10. Change the dropdown at the bottom to "pre-releases".
  11. Alfred 1 is ancient, get version 4 from https://www.alfredapp.com.
  12. Fair enough, I don't really use clipboard history that much, it's just nice to have Thanks for the information!
  13. All my Clipboard History items are set to be removed after 24 hours. Yesterday I noticed I had plain text items from the past 2 months in my history. The old items disappeared after I restarted Alfred. Is this a bug, or has Alfred always worked this way? I would expect the old items to be deleted periodically. macOS Mojave 10.14.6 Alfred 4.0.9 1144
  14. You can uncheck "fn" under Preferences > Features > Actions.
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