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mfisher

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  1. I did: sudo chflags nohidden /opt mdimport /opt The Alfred troubleshooting output didn't change. Thanks!
  2. @vitor It does not. Are there any clever ways to force indexing on a path? I tried Apple's procedure to rebuild a Spotlight index for /opt. For the time being, I made a workflow to launch Emacs, so I am content again. Thanks! Starting Diagnostics... File: 'Emacs.app' Path: '/Applications' ----------------------------------------------------------- Check file cache database... ✅ File cache integrity is ok ----------------------------------------------------------- Check if file is readable... ✅ Alfred has permission
  3. Hi! I install Emacs from Homebrew. For years, Alfred has been able to find it. On the new M1 Macs, the Homebrew (v3) location is in /opt/homebrew. Here's my Emacs.app: % ls -lA /opt/homebrew/Cellar/emacs-plus@28/28.0.50| grep Emacs drwxr-xr-x 3 mfisher staff 96 Feb 14 11:51 Emacs.app Per the recipe instructions, I did: To link the application to default Homebrew App location: ln -s /opt/homebrew/opt/emacs-plus@28/Emacs.app /Applications I added `/opt/homebrew/Cellar` into my Alfred search scope. But when I activate Alfred and type "e
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