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Sungmyung

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  1. I have added support for iOS Safari web browser. Download it from GitHub. It requires iOS 12 and Shortcuts app.
  2. I'm sorry I couldn't find the way to get the title and URL from the Firefox. I also want to support it. Thanks.
  3. I didn't know the format of the rich text hyperlink before you mention it. I will add it soon. Thank you! Update: I've updated my workflow to copy a rich text hyperlink also. Thanks.
  4. Problem and Solution I'm heavy user of Evernote. During internet surfing, I collect enormous amount of links. But copy and paste process consumes too much time and keyboard labor. I just needed titled link in plain format from web browser. I used many clipboard managers such as Clipmate(for windows), Copied, Paste and so on for that reason. Finally, I met Alfred and made this workflow. Problem solved. Lazy Link replaces following process into one hotkey(Ctrl + Option + Command + v). Copy the title of web page on the web browser Paste it as plain text on your rich text editor (eg. Evernote) Copy the link of web page Select title text on the text editor and add link Please, don't waste your time. Default Hotkey Ctrl + Option + Command + v: Paste lazy link Shift + Ctrl + Option + Command + v: Paste lazy link starting with "via: " In rich text editor, it pastes plain HTML link. If you use plain text editor it pastes the link in Markdown format. Links Download GitHub Packal Lazy Link currently supports Safari and Chrome web browser. 저장저장
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