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  1. Most of the time I use the `> code` keyword, I'm using it to run a one-shot terminal command that doesn't need the terminal window open afterwards. It's a little annoying to have to close the window manually each time.
  2. Thanks for your work, your library has been very helpful to me so far. Can I suggest moving workflow settings from alfred_workflow_data to alfred_preferences instead? This way, the workflow settings would sync in the cloud with alfredpreferences.
  3. I'd like to expand a workflow snippet, but only if certain apps are focused (just like the "Hotkey is only active if the following apps have focus" option for hotkeys). My use case is that I have a note editor for which every time I begin to type a link (which is in the form of `[[link here]]`), my workflow will pop up and offer suggestions to complete the link. I can't redefine the link syntax, so I'm stuck with "[[" as the snippet trigger, but as my autocomplete workflow is only for this app, I only want the workflow to trigger when my note-taking app is active. (It's true that I could use a hotkey instead of a snippet trigger, but then this would no longer be an auto-complete workflow. Moreover, different link types can't be handled separately with only a single hotkey, and the number of hotkeys will multiply quickly. Separate snippets for each link type would handle this easily.)
  4. I have updated Alfred to the newest 4.0.5 [1118], but there are still bugs with Alfred and the mini player on Catalina. I have found that my playlists don't show up when I search for them through the mini player; "Alfred Playlist" is the only playlist that shows up. Going directly from the mini player to playlists with ⌘+4 still only shows "Alfred Playlist" as the only playlist. My playlists show up Apple's Music app just fine, but they're not there in Alfred's mini player.
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