|Text content of the system clipboard|
|Text content of clipboard |
|Cursor selection in the focused window, given as a string or Array of strings depending on the type of window. |
For example, in a browser window the cursor selection is the selected text minus any non-textual elements such as images.
In a spreadsheet window (such as MS Excel), it'll be all selected cells in text form.
In a file explorer window, it'll be an Array containing the selected file/folder paths.
An empty string is returned if no supported selection type is found.
Not all kinds of windows are supported. e.g. text selection in a command prompt window cannot be obtained.
|Text currently visible in the omnibox of the current Chrome window. i.e. either the URL
of the active tab or any other text that was typed into the omnibox. |
See this page for a few examples of using this placeholder.
|The current date with format |
|A tab's protocol|
|A tab's username|
|A tab's full host name|
|A tab's host name minus all subdomains at the left end (like |
|A tab's port|
|A tab's path|
|A tab's path without the filename, i.e. everything upto the last slash character|
|A tab's query string|
|A tab's fragment|
|The current user's profile folder. e.g. C:\Users\John|
|The current user's desktop folder|
|The current user's "My Documents" folder|
|The current user's "Recent items" folder|
|The current user's startup folder|
|The current user's Appplication data folder. e.g. C:\Users\John\AppData\Local|
|The OS's installation directory. e.g. C:\Windows|
| var_name must be any variable created with the |
| var_name must be any of the OS's environment variables defined at |
|Gives an array with each text line in the string. Empty lines are discarded.|
|Gives an array with each word in the string. Blank characters act as word separators.|
|Same result as the encodeURIComponent standard function.|
|Same result as the unescape standard function.|
|Similar to the standard match function, but returns only the first match or an empty string if no match is found.|
|Same as the standard match function, but returns an empty array if no match is found.|
|Same as the standard replace function, but replaces all ocurrences of |