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JMichaelTX [Setup Criteria (Basic)] Add comments about screenshot.
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JMichaelTX [Active When Applications Are Active] Correct App Triggers
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 ==== Active When Applications Are Active ==== ==== Active When Applications Are Active ====
  
-A Macro Group can target or exclude specific applications,​ which means the macros it contains will only be active in those desired applications ((For example, you can have macros which are active only in Mail.app)). +A Macro Group can target or exclude specific applications,​ which means the macros it contains will only be active in those desired applications ((For example, you can have macros which are active only in Mail.app)). 
- +By default, Macro Groups and their Macros are active in all applications,​ that is they are always ready to be triggered. 
-By default, Macro Groups and their Macros are active in all applications,​ that is they are always ready to be triggered. +To have macros only active in specific applications,​ place the macros in a Macro Group, set it to be active in only specific applications and specify the desired applications.
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-To have macros only active in specific applications,​ place the macros in a Macro Group, set it to be active in only specific applications and specify the desired applications.+
  
 **By choosing the applications for which a macro is active**, you can control more applications with fewer conflicts. **By choosing the applications for which a macro is active**, you can control more applications with fewer conflicts.
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 * For application-specific macros, use **Available in these applications**. * For application-specific macros, use **Available in these applications**.
 * To exclude certain applications,​ use **Available except in these applications**. * To exclude certain applications,​ use **Available except in these applications**.
-* For Application ​Triggered macros (eg Launch/​Activate/​Quit),​ use **Available in all applications**.+* For Macros triggered by one of the [[trigger:Application|Application Triggers]]:​ 
 +  * Use **Available in all applications** ​to be available to an app Launches trigger. 
 +  * Use **Available in these applications** to be available to Activates or Quits triggers. 
 +  * The [[trigger:​Application|App Activates Trigger]] will fire for //both// //Available in **all** applications//​ and //Available in **these** applications//​
 * For Login or Public Web triggered macros, use **Available in all applications**. * For Login or Public Web triggered macros, use **Available in all applications**.
  
Macro_Groups.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/02 01:30 by JMichaelTX