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  1. OK, I'll give that a shot but this may be a bit beyond my ability. Regardless, thank you very much for your input.
  2. Forgive the ignorance, but... I'm having trouble figuring out how that works because the Open URL action requires a specific URL, correct? Maybe I worded my original question weirdly, so let me take another whack at explaining my intended use case: Open Alfred Search for a bookmark If the selected bookmark URL contains "%sharepoint.com%", then open in Chrome. Else, open in default browser. (% is a wildcard here) Note there are many different Sharepoint domains I use. For example, "https://workspace.web.sharepoint.com/abc" or "https://operations.web.sharepoint.com/xyz".
  3. I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to configure Alfred to open non-specific URLs, using a partial or whole domain, in a specific browser using a wildcard or contains function. For example: I have a bunch of bookmarks to SharePoint URLs that I need to open in my Windows VM, but most other links I want to continue opening in Safari. The logic I'm looking for is something like "IF URL contains sharepoint.com, then open in Chrome in Windows". This would allow us to configure one Workflow for each domain (or one to rule if we could do multiple domains in one flow) rather than create a different Workflow for each Open URL action. I set up the many of the single Open URL Workflows previously and somehow Alfred got totally reset the other day - I lost all my settings and preferences - and now I have to rebuild everything again.
  4. Aha, that's the answer. Not the ideal result, but at least it's confirmation that will get me to stop going down this rabbit hole (that has no rabbit). Thank you for the confirmation. Appreciate the support.
  5. Thanks Vitor. Pardon the possibly ignorant question: Does Clipboard History leverage the Snippet functionality? I tried the steps in the linked troubleshooting guide, but the issue remains.
  6. Hey everyone. I'm inquiring about Clipboard History functionality when using Windows 7/10 via Parallels Desktop (maybe applies to others, but this is my specific use case). The feature works perfect on the Mac side (High Sierra 10.13), but when I try to use it in Windows, it pastes the letter "v". I then have to delete the "v" and then manually paste to get the correct value. In order to get rid of the "v" issue, I have to deselect "Auto paste on return" in Advanced settings. I would prefer to have this option on/selected. In Parallels (current and last several versions) I have the keys mapped so that COMMAND+V is equal to CTRL+V, so it *should* work if Alfred is automating the key press, but I'm not sure if that's what is actually happening. Any suggestions or clarifications to help solve my issue?
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