I have a macro that has both a Custom HTML prompt and an input dialog onscreen at the same time. When the input dialog is onscreen, it blocks all actions, so I can't close the HTML prompt box until the input dialog box is gone.
This works great, except for this big Gotcha! ... when the Cancel Macro checkbox is disabled, the Escape key no longer works to cancel the macro. I have to click the button, which is highly annoying. And I don't see how I can trap for the Escape key while the input dialog is onscreen, so, am I stuck?
Is there no way to have my macro take action if a user cancels with the Escape key?