I know for a fact that a file named
1A0CFDAF-E43B-49E1-AC88-CD8CC9146947.jpeg exists in my photo library originals/ subdirectory. But searching for
1A0CFDAF-E43B-49E1-AC88-CD8CC9146947.jpeg using Spotlight returns no results.
This is the kind of thing I look for, because if it were obvious I'd already know where it is. I want to have confidence spotlight is searching everything, so that when I get "no result" I know that means "the file does not exist on your hard drive."
Is there a way to expand Spotlight's search domain so that it literally indexes my whole drive and finds any and every file, like it really kind of should?