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    iiiax got a reaction from Andrew in Preview hex colours in the clipboard without using "#"   
    @Andrew I've just updated to the latest pre-release and I've noticed you've already added the clipboard colour preview without #
     
    You are a ⭐- This was the fastest reaction to a feature request EVER 
     
    Thank you 🙇
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    iiiax reacted to Andrew in Preview hex colours in the clipboard without using "#"   
    This seems reasonable, and is only a single character change in the regex
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    iiiax reacted to Vero in Input Fields for Snippet Expansion   
    @iiiax Absolutely! I didn't include this in the original tutorial as it might be too much to swallow in one post, but it's likely I'll do a further post on chaining variables soon. Having said that, there's an excellent Getting Started workflow built into Alfred, called "Chaining Inputs".
     
    To create your workflow, you'll need to familiarise yourself with using variables to save the arguments, but beyond that, it's very easy  
    https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/advanced/variables/
     
    Here's a workflow I've just thrown together to show the Snippet Triggers in action with multiple inputs. I've added three List filters and annotated the workflow to make it easier to see what's happening, but just double-click each object to see their configuration.
     

     
    You can download it here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/eqq91b8tyxom5t1/Chaining inputs for a Snippet Trigger.alfredworkflow?dl=0
     
    Take a look and let me know how you get on.
     
    Cheers,
    Vero
     
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    iiiax reacted to Vero in Input Fields for Snippet Expansion   
    @iiiax Here's the link to the tutorial on using dynamic inputs with the snippet triggers:
    https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/triggers/snippet/snippet-triggers-with-dynamic-inputs/
     
    As per the screenshot I provided earlier, there are two examples in the tutorial:
    Using a free text field Using a list of pre-defined options You can grab the workflow to see it in action - You'll just need to set the snippet trigger keywords, as these are stripped on import to ensure they don't clash with any of your existing keywords.
     
    This is a new feature I absolutely love and will be using a lot myself, so I can't wait to see how everyone else makes use of it too!
     
    Cheers,
    Vero
     
     
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    iiiax reacted to Vero in Input Fields for Snippet Expansion   
    Hi @iiiax Welcome to the forum!
     
    I'm glad to see you're already diving into the new 3.4 features  I'm in fact in the process of writing a tutorial that shows you how to use Snippet Trigger objects to do exactly this.
     
    It'll be live in a few hours on the blog, but in the meantime, you'll get a glimpse of how you can create it with this screenshot:
     

     
    The top example uses a free text field, while the bottom one uses a pre-set list of arguments in a List Filter object.
     
    I'll update this thread with a link to the tutorial and workflow itself later today - but in case I forget, be sure to check the blog
     
    Cheers,
    Vero
     
    PS - Definitely no need to be a developer to create these snippet-based workflows!
     
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