I'm trying to make a simple macro for Logic. First I press the letter T, which brings up a menu at the mouse pointer. Then I command-click on one of the menu items. But every time I run the macro, it acts as if it has done a normal click, not a command-click.
Here is what I have done so far:
I have also tried pressing-and-holding the modifier as a separate action, and even putting in a pause after pressing the modifier. Whatever I do, it clicks the menu item, but does not command-click it.
Here's a Gif me doing the task manually. Pressing T makes the tool menu appear, then I command-click on the pencil tool. Notice the two tools at the top? When I command-click, you'll see that the right-hand one changes to a pencil (this indicates that whenever I hold command, my mouse pointer will change to a pencil).
What's happening with the macro is that the left-hand tool is changing, which is what happens when you normal-click the menu rather than command-clicking.
My best guess is that it's not playing ball because it's a contextual menu... I struggle with these sorts of things in Pro Tools.
As an alternative, could you not set your mouse click to the right-hand tool directly?