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Mgor

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  1. Yes, it works! Just move it back or delete the one in syncing folder, then a popup would show and says: could not found the .preference, check if you would like to use the default one. Click Yes to continue... Thank you so much Deanishe!
  2. Thank you for your reply. Actually I just want to turn off syncing. I realized that my time machine would backup all the files in my macbook so there is no need to backup the preferences seperately by using snyc function. Could you please help with the turning off? Thank you in advance.
  3. @deanishe Thank you for your reply. I found the folder ~/Library/Application Support/Alfred/ , there is already a file named Alfred.alfredpreferences I replaced the .alfredpreferences file with the one in syncing folder. But nothing happened. Was there anything wrong with my steps? Or could you please show me more detailed steps? Thank you in adavance.
  4. I previously set an icloud folder for syncing preferences. However, icloud keeps uploading this preferences backup to the cloud and delete the local one. Now I just want to shutdown the alfred sycing. But I have no idea how to get it done. Could anybody help? Thank you.
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