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  1. Found Florian's Hard Drive workflow and thought I'd like to make it a bit more to my personal taste. In About This Mac, on the Storage tab we get this: So, I came up with this in Alfred 2: The workflow checks the standard 'disk0s2.' The folders checked are the user folders, so if you keep your Movies/Pictures/Documents/etc elsewhere, you will have to modify the paths in the script. Download Disk Usage
  2. Hi, I rarely search my filesystem, but very often use Alfred to search the web. It'd be very handy if I could use the spacebar to start my Google searches, is that possible? Regards, Brian
  3. If anyone knows how to get this to work that'd be amazing. I used to keep my hdd on my desktop and cmd + i it. However, I'm going zen and I'm sure Alfred is capable of this. I wouldn't know where to start.
  4. I activated Quick Look, changed spaces via 3-finger swipe (which hid Quick Look), and returned to the original space. Alfred was still visible on that space and would not toggle when I pressed Cmd-Space or Esc. I had to click on him to restore proper focus behavior. Alfred v2.0 (131) on OS X 10.8.2. Replicated: Yes
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