|February 5, 2019|
If your switching back and forth between applications, it can be hard to remember certain keyboard shortcuts. Apple has a UI Guidelines which standardize many common tasks: Cut/Paste/ Hide Applications.
What's nice about Keyboard Maestro is you can define short cuts when the application don't have functionality to do so.
Case in Point: I navigate between Apple Mail and Microsoft Outlook a lot. I wanted to have one keyboard shortcut to insert HTML links - since it's a command that I use a lot. Outlook uses Control Command K and Apple uses Command K.
With Keyboard Maestro, I can now remember only one shortcut between applications:
The above macro is in a group that is available only for Microsoft Outlook. This way it doesn't get activated in other applications. Come to think of it, it might be a good shortcut for BBEdit insert Anchor action.
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