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  1. The Quip app integrates with Spotlight but the results do not show up in Alfred. For example if I type "Test Plan" in Spotlight, I see all matching Quip docs down under the "Documents" category and I see a preview of the doc in Spotlight. But if I type "find Test Plan" or "'Test Plan" in Alfred I don't see the same results. I've tried both with Unintelligent search checked and with all Extras checked, same results. I believe Quip docs are binary files similar to MS Office docs, not plain text. Running Alfred 4.3.4 (1229), MacOS 11.4.
  2. This is such a helpful tool, thank you! I've had an issue recently with a weird folder, the folder has no name and I cannot delete it. The issue is that this causes the workflow to error out with " 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'read' ". Here is the output of the debug when I run from a command line: 11:51:17 workflow.py:2338 INFO checking for update ... . 11:51:18 workflow.py:2080 ERROR 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'read' Traceback (most recent call last): File "./Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow/workflow/workflow.py", line 2073, in run func(self) File "quip.py", line 48, in main response = web.get(search_api, request, headers=auth_headers).json() File "./Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow/workflow/web.py", line 297, in json return json.loads(self.content, self.encoding or 'utf-8') File "./Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow/workflow/web.py", line 328, in content self._content = self.raw.read() AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'read' Note I've modified the filepaths above for anonymity. Any ideas?
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