Another (hopefully easy) question. :)
Is there any way to make FARR not return aliases unless the regexp pattern matches exactly?
For example, say i have a Wikipedia search alias with this pattern: ^wiki (.+)
My expectation was that this alias would not be returned, at all, unless that EXACT regexp was matched (e.g., the text 'wiki', followed by a space, followed by at least one more character). However, that is not what's happening. Instead, FARR returns the alias itself as if it were an item in the file system. So for example if i search for the string wik, with no space or anything else after it, i get an entry that says 'Wikipedia search ($$1 — look up in Wikipedia)'.
Is there any way to turn this off? I don't want to see it unless it matches the regexp exactly.