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  1. In the following code, the corresponding content of str1 and str2 are the same, str1 is obtained from the clipboard. str2 is directly assigned. But the value is the same. then they are split in the same way. But the content obtained is different. I am very confused and don't know the reason. Please help me to answer.
  2. I designed a workflow myself, mainly used to process the information output by the mysql client in the clipboard, separated by the passed in separator. When the text is relatively small, the work is very fast, but once it exceeds a certain line count, there is no response. My workflow design is as follows, mainly using "Run Script" components, which use pyhon code. Does the workflow in Alfred have restrictions on processing large amounts of text? what should I do? Other: masOS Catalina 10.15.7 alfred:4.2.1
  3. In the workflow panel it's stated that the NSApplescript action runs on Alfred's main thread and that background Applescripts should be run with the Run Script command. What are the actual implications of that difference? In what situations would you use one over the other?
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