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Transition_From_QuicKeys [2014/10/16 10:53]
peternlewis created
Transition_From_QuicKeys [2014/10/16 10:54]
peternlewis [Toolbars]
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 ==== Toolbars ==== ==== Toolbars ====
  
-One thing QuicKeys users often ask is how to get Toolbars in Keyboard Maestro. ​ Keyboard Maestro allows you to configure any Macro Group to appear as a palette. ​ The palette can be available in all applications,​ or restricted to certain applications,​ and the palette can be displayed always, or you can toggle it open and closed using a hot key. See [[How do I get more than one macro palette?​]Frequently_Asked_Questions#​How_do_I_get_more_than_one_macro_palette) for more information about macro palettes.+One thing QuicKeys users often ask is how to get Toolbars in Keyboard Maestro. ​ Keyboard Maestro allows you to configure any Macro Group to appear as a palette. ​ The palette can be available in all applications,​ or restricted to certain applications,​ and the palette can be displayed always, or you can toggle it open and closed using a hot key. See [How do I get more than one macro palette?](Frequently_Asked_Questions#​How_do_I_get_more_than_one_macro_palette) for more information about macro palettes.
  
 ==== Groups ==== ==== Groups ====
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 In Keyboard Maestro, macro groups are more flexible and less automatic. ​ In Keyboard Maestro, macro groups are more flexible and less automatic. ​
-*macro groups are created manually. + 
-*macros are added to a group manually. +* macro groups are created manually. 
-*you can set conditions for a macro group: a group can be active in one or more applications,​ and it can be activated/​deactivated by a hotkey or other trigger. +* macros are added to a group manually. 
-*a group can be activated/​deactivated by another macro.+* you can set conditions for a macro group: a group can be active in one or more applications,​ and it can be activated/​deactivated by a hotkey or other trigger. 
 +* a group can be activated/​deactivated by another macro.
  
 ==== Macro Availability ==== ==== Macro Availability ====
Transition_From_QuicKeys.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/10 23:06 by JMichaelTX