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This is a bit late, but it's because you are searching from the "all my files" view. Try clicking another folder and then initiating a search.
In the current version of iTunes, it works when you uncheck "Search entire iTunes library" in the search bar. (To get there you click the spotlight-type icon in the iTunes search bar.) I had the same problem, and that worked for me!
Probably this is the reason? http://www.apple.com/osx/feature-availability/#spotlight-suggestions I mean your country might not be in the list yet, I'm facing the same issue
I am not used to the Photos App, so this might not be the best solution but could solve your question. In the menubar go to File and then click on New Smart Album... Select Camera Model from the first drop-down menu and then pick the rest to fit your needs. To find out what exactly you need to type there, you can just get the info of a picture where ...
Assuming that everything's on the up-and-up with your ISP, this kind of behavior typically is a result of some connection failure between your ISP and Google ("Hmmm, I can't find Google, so I'll route this to our search engine instead.") - and in my experience it's most often due to DNS issues. One easy way to figure out if it is due to DNS issues is ...
I tried to reproduce your Spotlight problems in a virtual machine set-up with Mac OS X 10.8. After installing MacTex-20150613 and updating all components (>300) including TexShop and LaTeXiT I had no problems searching for content in *.tex files. After entering: ...
Try Texnicle, it does have the proper entry in mdimport -L
This likely is a result of the editor/software for TEX you use since you don't need any spotlight importer to process plain text files. (So you could just delete your app's custom importer or choose an update/different importer). Rather than guess at the case - here's how to nail down where the problem lies. The editor could be changing the ** ...
If you cannot find a more desirable solution, you can always try mdfind. I understand it's Spotlight's CLI counterpart. I use it often and find it quite helpful. To use it, just open the native Terminal.app, then type the command & argument like so: username@hostname:~$ mdfind osteoporosis.tex Alternatively, if you don't know the title; you can ...
This seems to be a problem with Spotlight MetaData import. A missing, corrupted or broken path to the "Spotlight Plugin" installed by the "TexLive" package. The output of "mdimport -L" on my machine includes the line: "/Applications/TeX/TeX Live Utility.app/Contents/Library/Spotlight/DVIImporter.mdimporter" I don't see this line in your output. A good ...
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