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  1. Very new user here just bought licence today so bear with me. I understand that to launch an application I just have to bring up Alfred, start entering the application name and once it's found, I should enter and the application will be launched. In my case when I press enter, it opens the Application folder in Finder with the application selected. Then when I hit enter again it selects the text of the application name so that I can rename it which is not what I want. I need for it to actually start the application in question so I can use it. Thanks.
  2. I'm using Caps Lock as Control via OSX preferences and I'm using Karabiner to make it so if I tap Left Control (or Caps Lock) and let go, it will instead send the Escape character. This works for every application, and sometimes for Alfred. If I type something random like "lakjflka", Alfred will display Search Google for "lakjflka". I can then tap Left Control (or Caps Lock) and Alfred will disappear just as if I'd pressed Escape. If I type a command (like "Restart"), and repeat, again, Alfred disappears no problem. If, however, I type an application (like Chrome) and press Left Control (
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