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  1. SubString function

    Hi,

    first let me thank you for the only chrome extension which offers so wide "web-clipboard" functinality. It's useful.
    However if you will think about new functionality, please consider string functions. I.e. I need to shorten title:

    "User Story US5477: As tools software engineer, I want to ensure t... | Rally"
    ... to "US5477"

    "Defect DE1327: iTest crashes on start, then it continues to work | Rally"
    ... to "DE1327"

    "SubString(startIndex, length)" would solve my problem. Optionally "IndexOf(char value)" and "Length()" would make it perfect.

    With best wishes,
    Robert Polomsky

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    • Need an operation to clean all URL parameters before copying

      Would be nice if there is an option to clean all URL parameters before copying

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        This should be easily achievable using existing standard variables. For example:

        {protocol}://{host}{#port}:{port}{/port}{path}{#fragment}#{fragment}{/fragment}

        For this reason, I don’t think it’s necessary to add a new operation just for this.

        Thanks again for using Template and for providing great suggestions. Please keep them coming :)

      • options for checking conditions in URL and creating a custom URL after that

        option for conditions in URL (would like to add a character at the end of the URL. I want to add 'x' if there is 'x' already use 'y' instead

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          Unfortunately, it is not currently possible to pass parameters/arguments to template conditions. The current template language is deliberately simple in design and changing this would add much complexity. However, I do one day plan on adding support for an “advanced template language” eventually, but sadly I can’t give any ETA on this as there’s a lot I want to do to improve this extension first behind-the-scenes first.

          I’m sorry that I can’t make this change for you but hopefully you understand.

          Thank you for taking the time to make this suggestion and for using Template :)

        • Copy URL without QueryString

          I've looked in to trying to do this with the existing tools but I cant quite figure it out. Is it possible to make a template that copies the URL without the QueryString? If not, it would be a welcome feature.

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          • Modify "save links in selection"

            Save links in selection: add to this a way to also capture the web page title along with each link. Results would then create a list of n# of links within the selection as

            Source url / date stamp

            Title url
            (empty line)
            Title url
            (empty line)
            Title url...

            Identifying the SOURCE url from which the links were taken and date stamping each "bundle" of such links would also be helpful (as a first line of such a capture) if that were part of the instructions to the template script. It could be done manually of course, but the point…

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              I’m not sure I fully understand what is being requested here.

              Firstly, the date stamp is already achievable using either the “dateTime” standard variable or operation.

              More importantly, when you say “title” of the link do you mean the hover text of the link, text contents of the link, or the title of the page the link points to?

              Finally, I’m not sure this would be possible anyway. In template lists can only contain simple type values (text, numbers etc.) They cannot contain objects or other lists as you are not able to access them using templates syntax.

              Please get back to me with more information so I can try to understand exactly what it is you want.

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