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What you were doing when the issue happened

Attempting to run a command line command in alfred by typing ">" following with a space

 

* Whether you were able to replicate it a second time by performing the same action

Yes. To replicate, open alfred and type ">" followed by a space.  Now notice that the text that reads "Run Command in Terminal" keeps moving weirdly

 

* Include any screenshots that might help us


 

* Include the Alfred version & build number you are using

v2.5.1 (308)

 

* Include your OS X version

10.10

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What you were doing when the issue happened
Attempting to run a command line command in alfred by typing ">" following with a space
 
* Whether you were able to replicate it a second time by performing the same action
Yes. To replicate, open alfred and type ">" followed by a space.  Now notice that the text that reads "Run Command in Terminal" keeps moving weirdly
 
* Include any screenshots that might help us
 
* Include the Alfred version & build number you are using
v2.5.1 (308)
 
* Include your OS X version
10.10

 

 

I suppose this is expected behaviour as Alfred is showing the command which will be run in Terminal under the text... and in this case, you will be running a space.

 

If you Open Alfred and type:

 

>ls ~/

 

then you'll see the subtext, it just happens that you don't see the [unnecessary] space you have typed.

 

Cheers,

Andrew

 

[moved to closed as not really a bug]

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