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    andresks reacted to Hatticus24 in Import TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3   
    Is there any way to import over my TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3? I found this, but Github is a bit beyond me, no idea how to get started.
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    andresks reacted to FroZen_X in Import TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3   
    This should help you to get started with it: https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node
    Here is Node.js: https://nodejs.org/en/
    After that download the zip from github and unzip it in your downloads folder.
    Now you should have a folder named "textexpander-to-alfred3-master" in your downloads folder.
    Open Terminal → Type "cd Downloads" and press "Enter" to get into your downloads folder → then "cd textexpander-to-alfred3-master" press "Enter"
    to get into the folder of the textexpander converter.
    After that type "sudo npm install -g textexpander-to-alfred3" → you will have to type in your password (it won't show any signs or stars, so don't wonder)
    Type in your password and press enter. It should run your command and give you something like this:
    /usr/local/bin/textexpander-to-alfred3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/bin/te2a3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/lib └── textexpander-to-alfred3@0.0.3 After that you're almost done. Export groups from TextExpander and copy pasta them into the folder "textexpander-to-alfred3-master".
    As you're still in that folder via Terminal you just have to type in something like "textexpander-to-alfred3 Signatures.textexpander" depending on your exported filename. It will create a file for Alfred that you can double click and you're done
    Hope that helps ^^
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    andresks reacted to Vero in Remember the last typed query for 5 mins [It's back!]   
    Instead of the "remember for 5 minutes", there's a super useful command history. Hit the up arrow and you'll be able to go back through your most recent Alfred history.
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