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psifertex

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  1. Is there a way to change the default mapping (CMD-↓) that navigates into files to forward slash? I really liked that particular behavior from quicksilver since it matches navigating into files on the command-line.
  2. Ahh, I see -- and eject is itself context based. IE, the keyword "eject" doesn't show up, but rather the drives that match it do. I think that was one thing I was missing. For some reason (without changing anything) ejectall has started showing up, but more importantly when I type eject I can select the individual items i was hoping to eject. Thanks for the help.
  3. I can try that (not on the laptop right now), but I'm not sure that's the problem. Wouldn't it still show up under EjectAll? I tried both keywords and neither brought up either system entry. Also, I had other drives mounted at the time from dmg downloads. I would have expected those to show up at least.
  4. Brand new Alfred user, trying to get used to some new workflows. I often eject my backup disk when I'm about to undock from work for the day and I was happy to see a workflow that looks like it would be perfect for that in the built-in system section, but it doesn't appear to be working. Here's a screenshot that nicely summarizes the issue. All the other "system" keywords I tried can work fine. Just verified that I'm running the latest version, so any hints would be appreciated if there's something else i could be doing wrong.
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