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  1. Hello, I tried to use snippets and vim in the terminal. That works, but I used TAB after the // in the snippit in Alfred. When I inserted it in vim with snip, it look strange. I think something is going wrong with TABs Have someone tried this? or must I do it different Greetings from the Netherlands Wim Alsemgeest.
  2. I found an odd behavior using the "snip" function. I typed "snip" into the Alfred field and then began typing the keyword for the snippet I wanted. The hotkey was "nope" and I usually just type "snip n" and it shows up at the top of the list and I press enter and it pastes the desired text. This time, I typed "snip n" and in the window "snip nn" was typed. I wondered if it was my "n" key but I tried several other letters and it double typed them after "snip." Of course, I could type in "snip" without it typing "ssnniipp" so it was only after typing "snip" that I got the double letters. A few other letters "snip d" for example, worked fine. I can type "snip" and then "nn" and then backspace and then "oo" and backspace and "pp" etc. so that it ends up spelling "snip nope" but then the snip with the keyword of "nope" doesn't come up. Other keywords do come up when I type "snip" and the other letters (b, c, d and a few more) that don't type double. Very strange.
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