Sorry to hear you didn't like it, lostinmysphere. Keywurl and Keystone have different priorities and design decisions, which is what led me to keep developing Keystone once I found out about Keywurl. (For example, Keystone doesn't support multiple placeholders, while Keywurl doesn't show you completions as you type them.)
Competition and choice is usually a good thing, even between two free apps. I'm glad Keywurl exists, but (of course, as its developer) I still prefer Keystone.
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