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depressiveRobot

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  1. Unfortunately, the problem still exists! My setup consists of two displays: the internal display (MacBook) and an external one. When blur is set to maximum: both displays, Alfred on the external display: no lag both displays, Alfred on internal display: lag only external display: no lag only internal display: lag Setting blur to under 50%, there is no lag at all (no matter which setup). Theme: https://github.com/depressiveRobot/alfred-theme-material-mac Alfred: v3.5.1 [878] macOS: 10.13 (17A405)
  2. You are right. The issue is now fixed. I can set blur to max without any lag. However, the lag was still there after updating to version 3.5.1 [878] yesterday. Maybe the incremental High Sierra update today or the system restart fixed it now. Nevertheless, thank you for the fix!
  3. Same issue here with blur, also installed Alfred_3.5.1_878.dmg. About My Mac: macOS High Sierra 10.13 (17A365) MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013) Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB
  4. can't search for files containing dots in there names

    Regarding the first case: "SystemManual" works for me when using Spotlight. "pre-76" does not work for both, too.
  5. can't search for files containing dots in there names

    Here is the exact problematic filename: `eccenca-DataPlatform-v6.0.0-pre-76-g349dd38-SystemManual.txt` I can search for everything before `v6`, for terms after it I need to prepend an asterisk. Spotlight finds it without problems.
  6. Description ======== When searching for files containing dots in there names, the part after the first dot is not matched. Steps to Produce/Reproduce --------------------------------- Consider the following file name: prefix-foo.suffix_bar.extension When searching for 'prefix' or 'foo' the file will be shown by Alfred. But if I enter 'suffix' or 'bar' the file is not shown. Expected Results -------------------- The file is shown as match when I enter 'bar'. Workarounds --------------- When I enter '*bar', the file is shown. Other Information -------------------- Alfred version: v2.8.2 (432) OS X version: 10.11.3
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