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 | Keyboard~~Maestro~~Engine | The process that enables your [[Macros]], [[Application Switcher]], [[Window Switcher]], [[Named Clipboard Switcher]] and web server to work even after you quit Keyboard~~Maestro | | Keyboard~~Maestro~~Engine | The process that enables your [[Macros]], [[Application Switcher]], [[Window Switcher]], [[Named Clipboard Switcher]] and web server to work even after you quit Keyboard~~Maestro |
 | Mac~~OS~~X | see OS~~X | | Mac~~OS~~X | see OS~~X |
-Mac~~OS ​see OS~~X |+macOS The Apple Macintosh Operating System. ​ Formerly known as "OS X"​. ​|
 | Macro  | [[Macros|Macros]] are used to automate your workflow, procedure, or process on your Mac.  A Macro consists of \\   • A set of steps called [[:​Actions|Actions]]. \\   • One or more [[:​Triggers|Triggers]] to execute the Macro, if it is [[:​Macro_Activation|Active]]. | | Macro  | [[Macros|Macros]] are used to automate your workflow, procedure, or process on your Mac.  A Macro consists of \\   • A set of steps called [[:​Actions|Actions]]. \\   • One or more [[:​Triggers|Triggers]] to execute the Macro, if it is [[:​Macro_Activation|Active]]. |
 | Macro~~Action | an action you wish to perform, such as opening a file, typing some text, controlling Safari, and so on | | Macro~~Action | an action you wish to perform, such as opening a file, typing some text, controlling Safari, and so on |
manual/Glossary.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/06 10:59 by JMichaelTX