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  1. Yeah, I just pulled and merge locally so I can have that support. Thanks. I’ll test tomorrow.
  2. @Andy RosenThe best approach I can think of is if you offer a v2 that utilizes the lastpass-cli that integrates last pass dumping out as json. Check the GitHub for the PR which supports this. It would make your workflow so much more fluid.
  3. @Andy Rosen I am receiving `JSON error: Invalid escape sequence around character 10600. in JSON:` Which at 10600 is this `"/Michelangelo\mic/` The backslash
  4. @Andrew See below. Mac Native Rendering Off Mac Native Rendering On
  5. I think this could be accomplished or implement better via a text buffer function. Similar to file buffer. Then you can either paste them all or even run a action on all selected text
  6. @nikivistill need it? Ensure you first set the SNIPPET_PATH variable to where your Alfred syncs those items. https://www.dropbox.com/s/bjoez9e1wsvoboa/Selection to Snippet.alfredworkflow?dl=0
  7. This is possible with a more advanced workflow. It would take a initial setup. But once setup should pretty straight forward. Created a POC. If you would like to see it and modify it please let me know. https://streamable.com/vxekr6
  8. Try dragging the Alfred 4 app into the automations box
  9. FWIW, searching Instagram is pretty straight forward nowadays. Can likely get a example going if needed
  10. @Andrew @Vero Loving this release, especially embedded snippets. Any chance that embedded snippets will include snippet workflow triggers? That would help expand them to be more advanced. Also any hopes in getting snippets to allow regex patterns for snippet workflows? That would allow really advance snippets. Such as `dt.s.` could expand to the current date, or `d.s+7d` would expand to the date in 7 days,. A snippet regex trigger would look like `dt.([smlf])([+-])?(\d+)?([dwmy])?\.` which would allow any of those to trigger the snippet. KM supports this and is what I currently use
  11. @Andrew Just confirming for me at least that it runs fine on Big Sur
  12. This is possible with a snippet workflow. With this example you can set a workflow variable to control the date format import os import datetime env = os.environ date_format = env.get('date_format', '%Y-%m-%d') d = datetime.date.today() while d.weekday() != 4: d += datetime.timedelta(1) print d.strftime(date_format),
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