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  1. Thanks again! I had to manually add ~Library Pref Panes to the search scope and that fixed it.
  2. Oh yeah I'm very familiar with that, use it a hundred times a day, but didn't realise it would work when the Alfred search bar is up. I guess I should have though.
  3. Thanks, just tried that, didn't work unfortunately. I get System Preferences, but not Alfred Preferences.
  4. I used to be able to open Hazel preferences from Alfred, but now Alfred can't even find the preferences file. Any ideas why it wouldn't be able to see it? Thanks.
  5. I used to be able to open Alfred preferences via Alfred. But recently it's stopped working and I can't figure out why. Alfred can see the file, but it doesn't open. If I type "find" before it, it opens up the directory where the preferences file is, but I can't open the preferences from there either. I have to go to the menu bar to open it. Any ideas? Screenshot attached. Thanks.
  6. Thanks Diego. I tried that, it didn't work at first, so I deleted the entries and tried again - now it seems to be working.
  7. After upgrading to High Sierra and Alfred 3.5, I'm getting these two new error messages using the system command for "Eject All". "Preboot is currently busy" and "com.apple.TimeMachine.localsnapshots is currently busy" Should I add these to the Blacklist? If so, how?
  8. I've been under a brute force attack on my server recently and have to look up way too many IP addresses in Project Honeypot and WHOIS to see if they are known spammers, so I built this workflow (my first!) to speed up the process. Download: http://goo.gl/V5O4F9
  9. Well I have now. :-) And that worked, thanks.
  10. I've gone through the update process 4 times today and I'm still on 2.0.3. Anyone else having this problem? Any tips for fixing it?
  11. Totally brilliant. Brings together my two favourite Mac apps. Thank you, sir.
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