Using Smart Scopes on my desktop Ubuntu 13.10, I noticed that sometimes (typically the first time I search for something using Dash) applications installed on my system take a backstage to online recommendations (shopping, for sure, but also my online files etc.). That is, I'd type in the name of an application, and for some reason online suggestions would appear first; not until after several seconds have passed do I get the obvious suggestion: the app itself.
Following @WarrenHill's very good answer here, I'm able to disable the online scope and see that it shouldn't really take this long for application-suggestions to come up. Hence, this isn't some FIFO architecture (which I'd be fine with; as long as there aren't any local results, I don't mind seeing online suggestions); having the online scopes enabled actually slows down getting the result I want.
However, that doesn't mean I'd never like to get online suggestions. In fact, I kind of like them; they're just much less useful to my everyday work than local results. So, my question is:
Is there any way of specifying run-order for scopes? Can I stop Dash from seeking online suggestions until after all local results were gathered?