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encrypted disk image buglet

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Almost trivial, but the fix is almost trivial too. :-)

 

When I attempt to open an encrypted disk image, e.g. 'myimage.dmg, a box pops up asking for a password.  That box is not selected for input.  So I cannot type in my password.  First I have to click on the box, then type the password.

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Almost trivial, but the fix is almost trivial too. :-)

 

When I attempt to open an encrypted disk image, e.g. 'myimage.dmg, a box pops up asking for a password.  That box is not selected for input.  So I cannot type in my password.  First I have to click on the box, then type the password.

Thanks!

 

This is a little know focus issue in OS X as Alfred 2 doesn't fully deactivate to make the whole UI experience smoother. You can actually work around this issue using a workflow, try this one which searches for disk images with keyword di and opens them. The focus should be returned back to Finder:

 

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6749767/Alfred/Workflows/Find%20and%20open%20disk%20images.alfredworkflow

 

Let me know if it helps :)

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