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  1. Wow, both of these are cool and I never would have discovered this! Thanks @Vero! I like the clipboard viewer method, since I already go to that often. I also like how it finds snippets via partial match, unlike the Filter box in the Preferences > Snippets section. The only issue I seen is that if I use that method in an app I have ⌘S set up as a hotkey (via Keyboard Maestro), not only is the hotkey is executed in the app, but Alfred seems to ignore it and the snippet isn't pulled up to be edited. I was trying to use this method when I was in Safari, where ⌘S does "Select Previous Tab" (not Save As...😀), and I can see the previous tab getting selected when I hit ⌘S while the Alfred clipboard viewer is still up. I wonder if there is a way Andrew could resolve that? If not, perhaps there could be an option for selecting your own hotkey for editing snippets this way. I could use ⌘-Enter or ⌘-E (for "Edit" 🙂) or something. Love this forum!
  2. That's cool, thanks @Vero - didn't know that. Though not sure I explained what I was meant very well. I was actually talking about when you type "snip" and then words from a snippet, to find a snippet. I would love to be able to jump to editing the selected snippet there. ⌘-Enter is what I would assume would work there. Let me know if I should post in the Feature Requests section.
  3. Title says it all. Is there a way to jump to editing a snippet from when you're looking at it in the viewer? With Finder files, I think you can hit ⌘-Enter to open it in Finder. Perhaps ⌘-Enter could take you to snippet you're currently viewing, in the editor. I can post in the Feature Request section if anyone else thinks it's a good idea.
  4. Ah okay. That's more steps than I was hoping. Used to TextExpander where I can just find stuff easily and edit it or delete it.
  5. Currently, it doesn't appear you can turn off syncing functionality in Alfred for just one group of snippets, when syncing Alfred data using a cloud folder such as a Dropbox folder. So if you want to sync your data across multiple computers, it doesn't seem like there is a way to make one or certain group(s) of snippets local only, i.e. not have that/those particular group(s) of snippets stored in Dropbox. I would love the option to make individual groups of snippets local-only, so that when I use the snippets functionality in Alfred at work, I can still use the syncing functionality. Not sure if clipboard history is sync'd between computers as well. If it is, an option to disable clipboard history syncing across computers would be great to have as well.
  6. When looking for snippets using the Filter field under Features > Snippets in Alfred 4.0.5 [1118], it appears partial matches to the Name and Keyword for a snippet are not shown in the results. For example, if you have a snippet called /andrew (for its Name and Keyword) and the Snippet body is "Bananas", and you type "andrew" (without the slash) into the Filter field, no results will be found. I would love to see Alfred changed to where partial matches to Name and Keyword are shown. I searched the forum before posting this, but if this has been requested already and I missed it, I do apologize.
  7. Still no way to turn off case sensitivity for snippets huh I finally deleted TextExpander from my system and look forward to future improvements to the snippet functionality in Alfred. It's pretty robust already, I'm impressed.
  8. I thought maybe Alfred could keep track of how many times I select a particular bookmark and sort ones that were selected most often to the top. No problem if not. Thanks for the response!
  9. Don't suppose there is a way to make it learn to surface certain bookmarks to the top that I access more frequently?
  10. Works beautifully! Thank you again so much!
  11. Ahh, my bookmarks are in ~/Library/Application Support/BraveSoftware/Brave-Browser-Dev/Default/Bookmarks (...not "Brave-Browser/Default/Bookmarks".) They also have a Nightly build now that some people may use. Probably would use Brave-Browser-Nightly, but not sure. Any way to add a preference to specify what version you are using, or maybe it can check multiple folders somehow? Thanks for the quick responses!
  12. Changed "bm" to "braveb" - Same issue. Strange. No results. Using Brave Browser Dev version on both computers, latest version.
  13. Odd, this script works on my home computer, but not my work computer. My Brave bookmarks don't appear after typing "bm" and then something else. I'm rebuilding my metadata... Any other ideas if that doesn't work?
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