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kirklove

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  1. Any way to have a cursor appear in the middle of a snippet after executing? For example: snippet would = "Some text here {cursor would end up here} some more text here" after you call it. Hoping for something similar to how Sublime Text does it with the $1
  2. Thanks again for all your help and the wonderful workflow. Much appreciated.
  3. That seems to have done the trick for me. Working now without having to add the alpha: http://cl.ly/image/1U3b3y1Z443g
  4. Great, here is the output: Named Color—Red <?xml version="1.0"?> <items><item uid="tylereich.colors name to hex" arg="hex|{"r":1,"g":0,"b":0,"a":1}" valid="yes" autocomplete=""><title>#ff0000</title><subtitle>Hexadecimal format</subtitle><icon>/Users/kirklove/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2/Workflow Data/tylereich.colors.troubleshooter/ff0000ff.png</icon></item><item uid="tylereich.colors name to hsl" arg="hsl|{"r":1,"g":0,"b":0,"a":1}" valid="yes" autocomplete=""><title>hsl(0, 100%, 50%)</title&
  5. Thanks. I ran it and have the output. Did you want me to paste the output directly into this forum or send it via another method?
  6. Hmm... Yes, sorry without the Alpha channel I get the fallback Google Search... I am using v1.4, downloaded it yesterday. This is what I get: http://cl.ly/image/2G2U0C133828
  7. First off thanks for the great Workflow. Secondly, I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or not because when I input rgb(0,0,0) I don't get any results... However if I input rgb(0,0,0,) or rgb(0,0,0,1) I do. When I input a #hex it does return rgb without the trailing , or alpha. Something I need to configure on my end?
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