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Junbesi

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  1. This was going to be a feature request, but I thought others might have a different approach to solving this problem. I have a lot of subdirectories with the same generic name (like "images"), so being able to pass a little bit of the path when I'm using "Move To..." would remove the need to squint at the parent directories to find the one I want. Like if I had: 1. "~/Project/images" 2. ".../Documents/images" 3. "/Users/BeefBurger/Other/images" I could type "Documents/im" in the "Move To.." pane and it would display option 2. Let's do it picture book style: FILE SEARCH: SELECT "MOVE TO...": SEARCH WITH PATH: (I used MAMP because file searching is actually surprisingly revealing...) I hope I've explained the issue well enough. Let me know if there's another method of acheiving the same kind of thing.
  2. I use modifiers to jump around text, and often it's faster just to retype an Alfred query than to edit it at a specific point. I'm going super minimal with my theme, so I was wondering if I could get an option to hide the keyboard cursor.
  3. Hey there, I've noticed that Terminal.app has an additional parameter in it's colour wheel settings called Blur, which allows you select a percentage of blur an opaque colour creates on the background behind the window. If it's possible to work this into Alfred's theme editor I'd really like to see it...
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