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Marek Stasikowski

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  1. Sorry for the late reply, crazy busy. Eg. Google Keep: /Users/Marek/Applications/Chrome Apps.localized/Default hmjkmjkepdijhoojdojkdfohbdgmmhki.app Internal File Metadata ====================== Display Name: Google Keep - notes and lists Alt Names: Dh, Default hmjkmjkepdijhoojdojkdfohbdgmmhki, GKnal, Google Keep - notes and lists, Default hmjkmjkepdijhoojdojkdfohbdgmmhki.app File Type: com.apple.application-bundle Comments: Keywords: Last Used: 2014-07-31 08:46:23 +0000 Raw mdls File Metadata ====================== kMDItemAlternateNames = ( Dh, "
  2. I must say I still dislike the results based on path and not on name getting high up in the results, but that's fairly irrelevant right now, because what you've just suggested did the trick! I set the sync file to be placed out of then back into Dropbox and I feel like it's 3 weeks ago. And the other problem I had (http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/4420-snippets-not-showing-up) was also fixed by that. Cheers!
  3. The problem for me is, that even though I set the keyword to be just „d”, and I enter „d banana”, I don't get the dictionary, just the default fallback to search engines: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/15bbbc1f-6ade-4df8-94c0-458f9e04b8bf/414077b21d505760b9768f8833797cf8 Another thing I've noticed, which might or might not be related, is that for instance I use the „drive” keyword quite heavily to search through Google Drive, but never ever use it to open the Drive folder. Still: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/24e1c6b5-749d-4054-99cd-c72eaec0b025/b1cc80c72e18d1ba2deab81cf81d6
  4. This has only just started. I rebooted my Mac. Alas, the snippets still appear only in Alfred's preferences. Yes, I am using Dropbox for syncing.
  5. Yes, it's empty: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/ad46988c-9ba8-4c0d-91a0-475420173140/56ede9f44097ad647af3e6fd25e1230f
  6. no, I do not see the snippets: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/dfe33964-e57a-4f80-986a-75fa458bfc29/50aecaf4587a5d40333a030324e328f5 https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/bd02b02c-db5d-48b6-8b1a-ea7c38d157d9/ec9ffad69ebcbe43ffb469aed4cdf90d
  7. OSX: 10.9.3 Alfred: v2.3 (264) I tried to search my snippets today, and don't get any results: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/8b634296-5b66-4bd3-9c5b-69af090c6d6e/89ffa57f246fa6cb3518c74ea86b351e
  8. Sorry to report back, but: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/61fccf93-c2fc-4523-8a33-877de21b88d8/2bb9049cdc2d89035be594889ae468b2 Oddly, when I type in „de”, define goes first: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/2efe290e-cfe9-4eea-8310-e93517bdff15/eedb5fe5e34ad6e0d592bd6f36ee1bb4 I admit, I use google keep quite often, but is there no way of the result that matches a keyword to always come first? BTW, I tried typing in „define fox” like a 100 consecutive times, and it didn't change it. What am I doing wrong?
  9. Changing the keyword to just „d” did the trick. Thanks!
  10. Thanks for the suggestion. I've done this probably a thousand times by now, yet still it doesn't pick up on this. „Define Word” always comes last.
  11. Hi! First, let me share my story through a screenshot, which might tell it better than my English ever will be: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/8acc546c-b7d9-4c34-a6a5-bfe6c54a01cf/3a5ebaa5187c8db22f88ba966bd73de4 So here goes: I used to look up words in the dictionary using the „define” keyword. I would just type in „def” since this would match that keyword instantly, and hit enter, and then type the word. But now that Chrome has added it's apps to my home directory, and since they have the word „Default” in their path, when I type „def” they come up, and first in order, bef
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