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  1. Hahahaha! Then I'll keep hoping @Vero does implement this on a future update. 😊
  2. I've separated them with two line breaks, but it doesn't make any difference in Alfred's merged paste. I also can't define ⌘C as a Hotkey for that Workflow, shouldn't it be that?
  3. This is the part that I have no idea how to organize, @vitor: https://d.pr/i/MHV3sA Cheers.
  4. @vitor Can you help me, please? 😇
  5. I've never built a Workflow before, @vitor. I tried following your instructions, but it's not working. I must be doing something wrong, hehe.
  6. @vitor Sorry for "calling" you here, but can this be achieved via a workflow or the only option is to wait for it to be implemented in Alfred itself? Cheers.
  7. All good now, @vitor! Great work, thanks a lot.
  8. Unfortunately this new version isn't working as it should for me. It's always pasting the last thing I copy, @vitor.
  9. It does seem to work on my first test, @vitor! Thanks a bunch.
  10. If you can help me on that, @Vero, that would be awesome! It's quite simple: I want to be able to copy, let's say, five items and then quickly paste them using a specific keyboard shortcut. Like this: Select and copy items 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Use this special/new keyboard shortcut and paste item 5. Use the shortcut again and paste 4. Use the shortcut again and paste 3. Use the shortcut again and paste 2. Use the shortcut again and paste 1. As we've previously discussed, this "sequential paste" workflow could be timer-based — a minute and a half would be more than enough. Cheers!
  11. Yes, I've tested Paste and up until I've migrated to Alfred, I was using a now-discontinued app called CmdVees for that. The idea here, of course, is that Alfred implements this as a native feature (or via a workflow, like @vitor suggested) instead of me having to run another app just for that.
  12. I think it could work both ways: either the sequential paste uses a unique keyboard shortcut, or it works on a timer; a minute and a half would be more than enough, based on what I'm used to.
  13. Hey guys, I love Alfred's Clipboard features, but I miss one that is common to almost all good clipboard managers: sequential paste. Nowadays, if I want to do this in Alfred, I need to copy a few items, then invoke the Clipboard History using Command + Option + C, then use Command + number to paste what I want. Each time. If Alfred had a sequential paste feature, I'd be able to copy a few items and then, using a special paste keyboard shortcut, it would paste each last copied item in reverse order. That would be awesome! Cheers.
  14. I'd love to be able to set it to separate appended items with a paragraph (two line breaks, instead of just one). Please! 😊
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