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  1. Hi again Alfred's team, I was trying to get more background of this problem and now I have. Notes to be take into account: The problems extends to whole disk, not only with OwnCloud folders. The problem exists in Spotlight too. I wrote to Apple with no response. This only happens with folders that are ended with .com I do another test that it's surprising to me: I create a folder here: ~/domain.com and it's recognized correctly, with both, Spotlight and Alfred If I move the same folder, from ~/domain.com to ~/Desktop/domain.com the folder metadata seems to be the same(see screenshots), but the folder isn't recognized anymore with Alfred, and the folder it's shown as "others" in Spotlight results. Any idea of how I can fix that? Thanks in advance
  2. Hi @deanishe I'm using Alfred from 3-4 year ago. I had the same configuration in El Capitan, exactly the same, and I'm experiencing this problems after update to Mojave, any idea?
  3. Hi again Vero, I'm experiencing again the same problem. In this case, folders ended with .com, randomly, are recognized as "folders" and others as "other" without any pattern. I noticed that this only happens with folders inside of owncloud sync folder. If I move the same folder out of synced folder, works well. Do you have any idea of how can I solve this problem? Thanks
  4. Hi again Vero, I can confirm that your solution fixed the problem. The ".com" folders started to appear after rebuild Mac's metadata. Btw, the process to rebuild macOS Metadata from Alfred fails, because Alfred launch "rm /.Spotlight-V100" and in Mojave you have to launch the command like this: "sudo rm -rf /.Spotlight-V100". Thanks a lot!
  5. Hi Vero, First, thank you so much for your reply. I saw your reply in other forum on Internet, I don't remember where, but I didn't try yet. I can confirm that I installed a fresh Mojave copy this weekend and I didn't use Time Machine o something similar. I restored my files by hand(folder to folder) without any help. I going to check your solution and then come back with the results. Thanks
  6. Done, I will left comments here when Apple's team answer. Thanks
  7. Hi, Recently, I move from El Capitan to Mojave. I have the last update of Mojave(10.14.3) and Alfred(3.8 build 959). All works perfect except finding folders that have a name with contains ".com". I'm developer and I organize all the projects by the domain name. So, my working tree is something like that: ~/domain.com ~/domain.net ~/domain.es ~/domain.local Folders that have .com are recognized like "other" objects instead folders, it also occurs in Spotlight. I try to delete and recreate whole index two times, but it doesn't work. To partial fix it, I had to create a dummy file with the name "file.com" and add it to Preferences > Default Results > Advanced. Any ideas of how to solve it? Regards
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