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Applications [2015/12/31 02:24]
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 Keyboard Maestro works across all applications. ​ Many macros are general purpose (eg "Type my Email Address"​). ​ But also many are specific to a specific application (eg "Mark as Read" in Mail).  ​ Keyboard Maestro works across all applications. ​ Many macros are general purpose (eg "Type my Email Address"​). ​ But also many are specific to a specific application (eg "Mark as Read" in Mail).  ​
  
-Typically you will create a [[Macro ​Group|Macro ​Groups]] for an application,​ configure it to be active only when that application is at the front, and then place application-specific macros in that group. ​ You can have more than one Macro Group targeting a specific application,​ and Macro Groups can target (or exclude) multiple applications (eg a Macro Group for Editors that includes macros like "​Duplicate Line" that work in a variety of editors).+Typically you will create a [[Macro ​Groups|Macro ​Group]] for an application,​ configure it to be active only when that application is at the front, and then place application-specific macros in that group. ​ You can have more than one Macro Group targeting a specific application,​ and Macro Groups can target (or exclude) multiple applications (eg a Macro Group for Editors that includes macros like "​Duplicate Line" that work in a variety of editors).
  
 You can find some application specific macros in the [[Macro Library]] or on the [[Forum]], as well as some applications listed below. You can find some application specific macros in the [[Macro Library]] or on the [[Forum]], as well as some applications listed below.
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