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  1. Thank you for a quick response, for the clarification, and the recommendation to move to ARGV, deanishe!
  2. Hi All Apologies if this has already been dealt with (I have searched and not found any conclusive answer on the forum). Is there a way to have curly bracket placeholders other than {query} - specifically {clipboard:0}, {clipboard:1}, {clipboard:2}, ... - evaluated within a php script? It appears that {clipboard:7} does not get evaluated upon initialisation like {query} does, but rather remains a placeholder right up to the moment where it is passed to some Alfred output such as Large Type, and only then is the clipboard value retrieved from the DB. Code example: $query = "{query}
  3. That makes sense. Thank you so much for your time, and for the explanation!!!
  4. Ah, what do you know, it does!!! Yes, simply setting focus on another application and back again re-enables expansion (cmd+tab away and cmd+tab back again isn't quite enough - I have to physically click another app before switching back) I suppose that's just something I'll have to learn to live with, Java being rubbish and all?
  5. I hate to post bug reports, because it makes me sound dissatisfied. However, I am not. I absolutely adore Alfred. There, I said it! But I thought it worth to report this: Expansion works correctly until text has been copied within NetBeans After that, the keyword expands into the copied text instead of the desired snippet So, to put it as an example I open NetBeans I place my cursor in a document I type my keyword The keyword expands and my snippet appears Good I then copy something from the document I’m working on, say “$my_lov
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