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chrisWhite

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  1. This is exceptional @xilopaint, thank you for building it!
  2. It's a pity that you have to have a token, I requested one on a couple of my Slack groups to mixed results and there are two that have them entirely disabled. Would oath work with any Slack channel or still require manual authorization?
  3. Settings resetting in El Capitan after restart.

    I had missed that, thanks for pointing it out, I'll try moving it back into Dropbox but out of the Apps folder. So that's why the Apps folder was grayed out, I remember having to do a ⇧⌘G to get to it, I guess I should have taken the hint. Thanks!
  4. Settings resetting in El Capitan after restart.

    Sorry Andrew, I got really slammed on a project and haven't had time to play with this again until today. I tried moving it out of Dropbox and Alfred seems to be working fine now but it's also possible something else may have changed on my system since I had previously restarted Alfred. I seem to be good but I'm not if this gives you much certainty in Alfred on El Capitan. Thanks for the help!
  5. Settings resetting in El Capitan after restart.

    Yeah, I don't see any repair permissions feature in Disk Utility unless it's built into the 'First Aid' feature. I went ahead and run this: cportable:~ cwhite$ chmod -R u+rwX,go+rX ~/Library/Application\ Support/Alfred\ 2/ cportable:~ cwhite$ xattr -rc ~/Library/Application\ Support/Alfred\ 2/ cportable:~ cwhite$ chmod -R u+rwX,go+rX /Users/cwhite/Dropbox/Apps/Alfred cportable:~ cwhite$ xattr -rc /Users/cwhite/Dropbox/Apps/Alfred No difference, Alfred is still reseting on restart. I guess this would be a good time to finally reprogram my muscle memory to use Alfred default hotkeys instead of my old Launchbar ones
  6. First, to be clear, I know El Capitan is in beta and I do not expect you to support prerelease software. I'm sure that it's crazy annoying to get flooded with support requests for something that isn't stable and hasn't even been released yet. With that said, I am experiencing a problem with Alfred on El Capitan and wanted to offer any assistance in troubleshooting if it can be of any assistance to you. The issue I'm having is that any time I exit Alfred and restart it Alfred seems to lose most of it's settings. Every time I restart it looses settings like custom hotkeys, search scopes, custom searches, themes and advanced appearance settings all seem to be reset to the defaults. However, workflows, sync folder, Powerpack license and usage are all carried over just fine. It doesn't look like /Users/cwhite/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Alfred.alfredpreferences is getting updated while exiting or relaunching, the last change time was from this afternoon before I updated to El Capitan. Setup notes: I did an update install from Yosemite. I am on Alfred 2.7.1 (387). With the exception of iStat Menus everything I've tried this evening since updating has worked as expected though I did have to re-enable some apps to launch at startup. If I can do anything to help please let me know how, otherwise keep up the incredible work you do on Alfred! Thanks
  7. Cheeky little transparency blur hack for themes

    It works on the current semi-public beta as well. I'm loving it, Alfred feels like it fits perfectly now!
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