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When I use « snip » keyword (and a short text start) to see my snippet list, the snippet list appears with some CMD + N keystroke.

 

I use this list when I forget my keyword so, in this list, I'd like to see my keyword too, for memory refresh (see the pict).

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@PhilIcare To see your snippets in a list, as well as the keyword and preview, either go via the clipboard viewer (Cmd + Alt + C by default) or set up a keyword hotkey for the Snippets Viewer in the preferences.

 

You'll then see the list on the left, the preview on the right, as well as the keyword and word/character count at the bottom.

 

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Cheers,
Vero

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Corrected myself re: meaning hotkey, not keyword
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Thanks, @Vero,

 

1 hour ago, Vero said:

or set up a keyword for the Snippets Viewer in the preferences.

 

Sorry for my silly question but…

Where can I do that?

 

In Alfred (3) Preferences > Features > Snippets

I can only set up « Viewer Hotkey »

and « Snippet Keyword » (with « snip » as default)

 

I don't want a hotkey so the default keyword « snip » is what I need but it doesn't open « your » Snippets Viewer. It opens mine (my pict above)

 

 

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 as well as the keyword and word/character count at the bottom.

 

Fine! :-)

 

Almost invisible in my theme though (Frosty Teal — Alfred default theme) — as you can see below.

 

Maybe one day you'll have time to add this keyword info in the « snip list » above (in the meantime, I'll do it with a workflow of mine).

 

Cheers,

 

And big thank for this awesome app !

 

Phil

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34 minutes ago, PhilIcare said:

 

1 hour ago, Vero said:

or set up a keyword for the Snippets Viewer in the preferences.

 

Sorry for my silly question but…

Where can I do that?

 

Sorry, in my haste to reply, I meant a hotkey :) - which you've already found, clearly!

 

If you'd like that text to be bolder, go to the Appearance tab, duplicate the Frosty Teal theme and make the text for secondary results more opaque.

 

Cheers,
Vero

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6 minutes ago, Vero said:

If you'd like that text to be bolder, go to the Appearance tab, duplicate the Frosty Teal theme and make the text for secondary results more opaque.

 

Waouh! :-) Nice to be able to change the theme so easily! :-)

 

Thanks, Mum! :-)

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