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  1. Hello everybody, I've seen that this was briefly discussed here before, but since the OP didn't reply further, I assume the thread was closed, since I cannot reply there. So I reopen the issue. I'm running the latest Alfred, v 3.3 [801] on a 2016 13" MacBook Pro with TouchBar, also running the latest official Sierra 10.12.3 (non-beta). The issue I'm having is as described there: Download any non-MAS app; Open it with Alfred after installation by drag & drop in /Applications Alfred hangs, its window blocking the Gatekeeper confirmation behind it (so killing Alfred from the Activity Monitor is the only way of 'solving' the issue). I got this bug with absolutely every app I've installed. The latest, a couple of minutes ago, being AppDelete. So while I don't know or understand the cause, I just wanted to report that the bug is still here.
  2. Steps to reproduce: 1. Select PDF file on desktop 2. Hit chosen shortcut to action the selected file 3. Select Email To... 3. Start typing a recipient's name 4. Hit enter for the chosen recipient 5. Hit Alfred's shortcut (nothing happens - it's hung) Environment notes: I don't use Mail.app (haven't for many many months), but I noticed that it required a database migration. I did that and tried again. Still an issue. I use Airmail for my default mail client. Late 2013 MacBook Pro Retina 13" running OS X 10.9.3. Other: I'm a developer and can provide a spin dump or whatever you need.
  3. Hi. I'm having a problem when using Alfred's paste functionality to paste into Emacs. I'm using: OS X 10.7.5 Alfred 2.0 (137) GNU Emacs [Terminology note: (Ignore this unless you have an Emacs background!) I use the word "window" below with its normal meaning. If you are familiar with Emacs terminology, I'm talking about Emacs frames, not Emacs windows.] When I paste from the Alfred clipboard into Emacs: the text does not appear in Emacs the window into which I attempted to paste no longer responds to cursor keys; after I type some other character the cursor keys resume working This happens every time I try it. Things work fine in the other direction — copying text in Emacs results in the Alfred clipboard knowing about it. Some details of my Emacs set-up that might possibly be relevant: ELISP> x-select-enable-clipboard t ELISP> interprogram-paste-function x-selection-value Can anyone reproduce this? Does anyone have an idea of what might be happening? -Simon
  4. I did a quick file search with Alfred. He processed the first several letters of my query, then he froze. His window was as large as if it had 5 results, but there was only empty background—no results. Alfred didn't respond to further keystrokes, except for Cmd-Space. When I opened him again he loaded the history item before the freeze, as if he didn't save the query I had just typed. No cursor appeared on the resulting window (which behaved normally in every other way). Alfred v2.0 (137) on OS X 10.8.2. Replicated: NO Console output (was too long for posting)
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