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Hi there I just upgraded a machine to Catalina and now I get suggestions like this: How can I avoid this? I really don't want to see what the system does under the hood. I want to select the _Numbers_ app from `/Applications`. Also, when I try to launch the _Messages_ app, I get: instead of `/Applications/Messages.app`. Same issue or different issue? Many thanks for any pointers!
Hey, I've been using the new v2 beta since it's launch. I've been impressed with the features and the possibilities and flexibility of the workflow system, it allowed me to replace TextExpander and Keyboard Maestro to a certain extent and I'm a big fan of less. But there is a feature I really miss from LauchBar when navigating the file system. Let's say I have these folders, and I'm navigating them in Alfred. /A Blue Sky Haze /Red River /Purple Haze I remember the folder I'm looking for had something to do with Haze, and I start writing it by pressing "H", it gives me an empty results. Since It's not word matching the actual folder names but checking if the folders there start with the letter "H". I'd love to keep the great abbreviation matching system that Alfred has also available when navigating through the file system with Alfred, as it would really make it easier navigating some larger folder and company servers when project numbers and such are involved? What do you guys think?
Hello, Here is a yet another "System file show/hide toggle". Sorry for spamming, I should have search before, as wile writing this note, I see this have been done already here. You can still download it from GitHub. O.
Hi, I’d like to do the following in a workflow. – open alfred, use a keyword as a trigger – the trigger should open a specific folder (indexed network folder) in "search" or "browse in alfred" mode – hitting a result reveals the folder/file in Finder – optimum would be: folder/file actions Can this be done somehow? I know there are similar default workflows but they are triggered by hotkey or do something slightly different. thanks, Paul