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Ran

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  1. Thanks for the reference to the other thread! +1ing...
  2. I've recently migrated all of my snippets from Dash to Alfred. Figured I might as well have one tool for everything and Alfred covers all the bases I need. However, I'm missing a huge piece of functionality from Dash, the ability to include variables in snippets. Now, I've googled and found all the references and recommendations to achieve this with a snippet triggers in Workflows, the problem there (or maybe I'm doing this wrong?) is that I need a workflow for each snippet, at this point, after using Dash for ~6 years, I have about 200 snippets that I migrated over with code (using https://github.com/derickfay/import-alfred-snippets). It also introduces a lot of overhead when creating a new snippet. So, if regular snippets are a car, workflows with a snippet trigger are a jet plane, where what I'm looking for is a paper airplane Ideally, I'd like to be able to create a new snippet like name: "Set Upstream" keyword: "upstream--" snippet: "git branch --set-upstream {var:branch} origin/{var:branch}" Where using it will popup a little box that allows me to fill in the value for {var:branch} or any other variable in the snippet. If there's already an easy way to do this, I'm open to suggestions! Thanks.
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