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ioemilio

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  1. I noticed that Alfred calculators (both the standard and advanced) miss a "commonly" used function, the factorial. Why isn't it there? Another missing feature is that of also having ** as operator for exponentiation (since it is common in many programming languages, given that ^ is used for bitwise xor). Spotlight, for example, has both such functions.
  2. Would it be possible to set it as the default Alfred quick search? I would like to search just for folders by pressing [spacebar] followed by my query. I tried combinations of enabling/disabling quick file search mode with different workflow keywords but I did not succeed.
  3. It would be great if one could exclude from all search results files with a specific extension. There are files in my Documents folder that I never want to look for, e.g., compiled files such as byte code for Python classes (.pyc), Java libraries (.jar), Java compiled classes (.class), automatically generated web pages (.html files) and so on. I guess adding an option that hides files with some user-specified extension from Alfred search results should not be hard to implement (also in a second step, i.e., it is not necessary to exclude them from Alfred in
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