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Initial search slow since latest update - disabling Contact Search seems to fix the issue.


kop48
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  • What you were doing when the issue happened
    • Almost every time the window is brought up using the keyboard shotcut
  • Whether you were able to replicate it a second time by performing the same action
    • Yes
  • Include any screenshots that might help us
  • Include the Alfred version & build number you are using
    • 2.4 (279)
  • Include your OS X version
    • 10.9.4

 

Alfred's performance has been extremely poor since the 2.4 update. Bringing up the window using the keyboard shortcut and typing to find an app. The app will show the first letter being typed, then pause and seem to freeze, then suddenly catch up. Disabling Contact Search seems to fix the issue.

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  • What you were doing when the issue happened
    • Almost every time the window is brought up using the keyboard shotcut
  • Whether you were able to replicate it a second time by performing the same action
    • Yes
  • Include any screenshots that might help us
  • Include the Alfred version & build number you are using
    • 2.4 (279)
  • Include your OS X version
    • 10.9.4

 

Alfred's performance has been extremely poor since the 2.4 update. Bringing up the window using the keyboard shortcut and typing to find an app. The app will show the first letter being typed, then pause and seem to freeze, then suddenly catch up. Disabling Contact Search seems to fix the issue.

 

 

I'm not seeing this issue so it could be related to possible corruption somewhere in your Contacts / OS X's Contacts API. You can actually switch Alfred to use contact metadata instead of the OS X Contact API in Alfred's Features > Contacts > Advanced > "Use Spotlight metadata for searching contacts". Select that and see if it helps :)

 

Cheers,

Andrew

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