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  1. This workflow allows you to do inline Google searches right from the Alfred bar. You can either open the result URL or copy it to clipboard. Please go to GitHub for documentation. GitHub: https://github.com/aviaryan/alfred-google-search Download: https://github.com/aviaryan/alfred-google-search/raw/master/Google Search.alfredworkflow Screenshots
  2. alfred-docker-store-search Search docker images directly from store.docker.com Install npm install --global alfred-docker-store-search Requires Node.js 4+ and the Alfred Powerpack Usage In Alfred, type dss and your query. Github link
  3. I was using the app to search easily with Alfred's search function. However, after the app is updated, it will not be detected by Alfred. Anyone who has experienced it or knows how to fix it?
  4. I'm a bit confused about how Alfred searches through my folders/files. In attempt to really understand what is being searched when I use "open" or " ' " when invoking Alfred, I removed ALL the folders in the Alfred search scope entirely. I even unchecked "Include Folders in Home." I'm now in the middle of re-indexing spotlight index just to really get a fresh index going. The problem is, when I invoke file searching, I'm still getting search results. Shouldn't I have entirely removed the scope altogether? Where is it searching? My first thought was it was searching through spotlight's index. If so; since it's already using spotlight and looking through my home folder, why even include the check box to "include home folder" in the Alfred options? This all started because I was trying to search for a file inside of a google drive folder; and it wasn't working.
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