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This thread is quite old, however one may benefit from my input. If one was to go to view on the drop-down menu and select view options, from there one must check every box one wants their searches to include. If one was using a newer version of iTunes one must click on the Songs tab to edit this list, e.g. Songs/Albums/Artists/Genres and so on. This may ...


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I found the answer provided by user vitorgalvao on the project's Github page: https://github.com/caskroom/homebrew-cask/issues/22317 Spotlight doesn’t index /usr/local/, that why we started using /opt in the first place. Reinstall your apps with --force and they’ll be moved (our new behaviour). Spotlight will see them then.


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Try rebuilding the spotlight index on your mac: Choose Apple  menu > System Preferences, then click Spotlight. Click the Privacy tab. Drag the folder or disk that you want to index again to the list of locations that Spotlight is prevented from searching. Click OK to confirm. Select the folder or disk you just added, then click the Remove (–) button to ...


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Until today, there's no way to do this. Here's my findings: Siri doesn't perform search directly on baidu.com, it uses Siri's hideout [guzzoni.apple.com] to relay the request over (properly configured) TLS. Other than asking for Apple's mercy, I think it's more probable to trade Chinese iPhone with one from another country. BTW, the packets themselves ...


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Answer: in iTunes 12.4 you will see a blue Filter button above any search results in the songs list (top one) and it reads [Filter Music for "..." (your search)]. Just click it and go play!


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On the left hand side: select songs to show the grid view. Add columns if needed. Go to View in the menu bar, select column browser.



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