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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 f
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