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Hi everyone, I use Alfred Snippets a lot. I have two languages on my keyboard - English and Russian, and all of my Snippets use English for their keywords. It works great when you're on the English keyboard - you type the proper keyword, and it automatically expands. But the annoying thing is that when you use another language (Russian in my case), you press the same keys (which becomes like a "muscle-memory" for you with time) - and nothing happens. So, for example, I have a group of Snippets with emojis, and one of them is`!thu` ("thumbs up", "👍"). When I'm on the Russian keyboard, it corresponds to the `!ерг` symbols. So, my suggestion would be - is it possible for Alfred to "guess" the Snippet if it was written on a different language? I've seen similar behavior in other apps - for example, JetBrains IDEs do that in their "Search everywhere" (see the attached image). Thank you! 🙏 PS: ( `🙏` was inserted as a Snippet 🙂 ) ( And, `🙂` too. Ok, I guess I have to stop it 🙂 )
The workflow comes with two distinct feature groups: Speak the active application's text with a specific voice; useful for multilingual setups where you want to have text spoken in one of several languages on demand. For instance, you could have one global keyboard shortcut for speaking text in English, and another one for Spanish. Speak specified text with one or more voices, selectable by name(s) or language(s); useful for interactive experimentation with multiple voices, such as to contrast regional accents. For details, see the repo. Here's the direct download link to the most recent stable version (this link will remain current). However, I suggest installing via the npm registry, if you have Node.js installed - if not, consider installing it just to benefit from its great package manager, npm; try curl -L http://git.io/n-install | bash ): [sudo] npm install -g speak.awf The advantage of this installation method is twofold: Remembering only the package name is sufficient to install the workflow (again). More importantly: It's easy to update the workflow to its latest version: [sudo] npm update -g speak.awf If the latest version is already installed, no action is performed.