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I'd like to be able to see the preview pane with the search results ( say while using 'find' ) like the preview shown while navigating paths . Currently i need to press SHIFT or Command-Y over each result . Is this possible as an preference option or a workflow option ?
In Alfred's filesystem navigation mode, the entire right half of the file list is given over to a preview, with filenames being truncated to make room for it. In common situations, the preview adds nothing useful, while the truncation takes a whole lot of important data away: In such situations, it's both easier and faster to scroll through the contents in Finder, where I can see the complete filenames, instead of going through them one-by-one in Alfred so I can see the full name at the bottom of Alfred's window. Being able to turn off the previe
Maybe a setting was changed in the update, and this is as simple as modifying a setting that I'm not sure where to find? I used to be able to preview gifs with the following sequence of actions: use a workflow that simply searches through my gifs folder, select a file through a query, Press `fn` key and see a preview of the file. All of this still happens but now I no longer get the active preview? Is there a way to get this back? I'm sure there are much better ways to do this as well, but I've grown accustomed to that workflow and like using it for quickly previewing g