With the new release of BBEdit a couple of Keyboard Maestro macros I rely on hiccupped. I've found a workaround and thought I'd detail here in case it helps anyone else with the same problem.
These macros all open a master text file from a master directory and save that master file in the working directory with the same name (so I don't overwrite the master text file). They call a separate macro that uses the Finder's Go to Folder command using date variables for the working directory whose name includes the current year and month.
The new version of BBEdit didn't wait for the Go to Folder macro to actually change directories. Instead, the working name was overwritten in the File Save As prompt with the working directory name.
So instead of going to "MyDisk/MyStuff/Masters/2019/02" and then displaying that directory in the File Save As dialog with the default file name "master.txt" I would see "MyDisk/MyStuff/Masters/2019/02.txt" in the dialog. (The directory name created by the Go to Folder macro replaced the selected root filename leaving the extension alone.)
The workaround was to insert a 1.5 second pause after the action that selects Save As from the BBEdit File menu and before jumping to the Go to Folder macro.
Here's an illustration of the workaround: