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  1. Alfred 3.6.2 (918), Sierra 10.12.6. A very minor issue. If you set a Hotkey that includes ⌘ and then (quickly) hit ⌘S to save the Hotkey, Alfred sets the Hotkey to "⌘ double tap" (and also saves it). Presumably Alfred is still listening for the second keypress of a double-tap hotkey. AFAIK, double-tapping ⌘⇧6 or ⌘⌥ isn't supported, so Alfred should stop listening for a second modifier keypress if the Hotkey contains multiple modifiers or non-modifier keys.
  2. Hi, I realized that when I run a workflow with includes an open file action it runs well but after running the workflow the clipboard content is modified and the name of the file is added to it. For example: 1. I copy to clipboard the word "Alfred" 2. I run an Alfred workflow to open in TextEdit a selected file in Finder called "document.txt" 3. The workflow works well and TextEdit open "document" file 4. I paste clipboard's content in TextEdit or any other app and it types "document" instead of "Alfred" The same problem occurs when I use an Applescript to open files. Im using the latest version(2.0.2) Thanks in advance and excuse my limited English
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