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Hi, I'm new here and I purchased Alfred a couple for days ago. I have a quick question as i wasn't able to find an answer that works or something recent. How do i change the font size? I already changed and customised my theme (as i want Alfred to look as close as possible to the original spotlight) but i found the font size a bit too big for my liking and i'd like to change their size so that they are a bit smaller. I don't mind changing config files manually if pointed in the right direction Thanks
Could you allow us to vastly/arbitrarily increase the size of Alfred's search-window, so that you could 1 allow for (many) more than 9 results to be displayed (say, up to 30). 2 display the whole filename even when it is very long? This would be very useful to me as I always use a simpler file filter workflow to search between many files with similar and long filename s, and for which I need to see the whole filename (these are scientific papers, which I often search by the authors names and of which I do not remember the titles by heart, although I can recognize it when I read it). If you are concerned that all this decreases readability, you could allow these options to be selected only selectively, say only for file filter searches.
Hi, it's a great work on Alfred and especially on Remote! Thanks! I would like to see adjustable buttons / icons. For example, one tab where only two big buttons appear, so I could use them blindly... Best, Oliver
Tyler Eich posted a topic in Alfred Feature SuggestionsCurrently, Alfred's file buffer uses a set icon size instead of matching the size of result icons. For the visually impaired (or just plain picky, like me ) user where a larger icon is needed, a dynamic size may be better. Finally, for a buffer containing more icons than Alfred is wide: the latest icon should align right, and the icon at the farthest left should be gradually faded out, to indicate there are more behind it. An ellipsis of sorts. Currently, the only way I know Alfred has more files in his buffer is because of the whitespace at the far right, a result of the buffer matching my window width. Cheers