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  1. I feel like there must be an easy way to do this, but I haven't figured it out -- can I assign a hotkey to a snippet? e.g. pressing Ctrl+F5 would paste a snippet into my document, without bringing up the Alfred menu. Thanks.
  2. Snippets Simple, document-specific text snippets Version: 1.2 Download on Packal Have you ever been taking notes and realized that certain terms or phrases were going to be used repeatedly? You don't have the time or really the desire to create all new TextExpander snippets for these terms or phrases, but you'd also really like to shorten your typing. That's where Snippets comes in. Snippets is a dead simple Alfred workflow that allows you to use simple snippet syntax while writing, and then seamlessly convert your text to its full glory. The set-up is simple. As you're ty
  3. OSX: 10.9.3 Alfred: v2.3 (264) I tried to search my snippets today, and don't get any results: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s25/sh/8b634296-5b66-4bd3-9c5b-69af090c6d6e/89ffa57f246fa6cb3518c74ea86b351e
  4. It would be great to have more than one keyword. Snippets are a good example. At present you can have only one keyword for snippets, the default which is "s." But because I use the alt key to activate Alfred, I often accidentally put in ß. So it would be great, for instance, to be able to specify that for snippets the keyword could be: s, ß So that either would activate snippets. This ability to have more than one keyword might be helpful for other keywords too!
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