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Hi together,

I just wanted to confirm that this issue still exists and can be pretty annoying because it prevents every bit of visual clue:
2018-12-06_18h06_15.png

The scary thing is that it also affects my custom aliases (which are set to retrieve their icons from FindAndRunRobotPortable\AliasGroups\MyCustom\icons by using /ICON=icons\info.ico in the alias description).
But all icons are shown as Paint3D for some reason and I have not been able to deduct a pattern based on the behavior, so far :(

Is there a fix/workaround for this? Or is my setup just messed-up in some way?

Thanks so much for making FARR, anyway!
Marcus

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Hi Nod5,

sorry for my late reply and thank you very much for your suggestion!
I didn't think about pre-processing with an AutoHotkey script and may go down that route :D

Have a great week!
Marcus

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Hi @all,

I'm a long time devoted FARR user and started to use aliases more heavily recently.
Now I have a problem I couldn't solve by myself (using the help, the forum and trial and error) and hope somebody can point me in the right direction :D

I have setup an alias that calls a URL in my browser if prefixed with '@'.
So searching @test will open the browser with https://foobar.com/test.
This works like a charm!

The problem now is, that the URL is case sensitive while I want the query to be case insensitive.
So searching @TesT should also open https://foobar.com/test because https://foobar.com/TesT will give me a 404.
Unfortunately, I have no power to fix this on the target side :(

Is there any way to convert the $$u1 placeholder in my URL to lower case?

Thanks in advance for all your thoughts!
Marcus

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