One more try to set this up for you. First, please read and understand the usage of Palettes as it will give you a great oversight of the inner workings.
I'm sure what I posted before should have helped you but I'll give the extra nudge.
It will work like this:
- Shift-Command M. Brings up your Master palette with your Web Macro ready for action.
- After selecting the Web Action, it will spawn your Macros palette with your Amazon and Apple selections. You will have to create the others.
It should look like this:
To create this, perform the following:
You will need two Macro Groups (Master Palette and Macros palette)
The first called the - Master Palette. This will be triggered by the hot key Shift-Command-M (This hotkey can be changed to your preference). Notice, this Shows a palette for one action when the Shift-Command-M hot key is pressed.
This will show.
You can click Web or press W as you want. This will spawn the Macros palette group.
You set this Web Macro up under the Master Palette Group. W when pressed and the Show palette for one action will point to the Macros Palette.
Once you click the Web macro, you will see this appear - Notice the M and the A waiting for your decision (set up below):
Under the Macros Palette, you will set up your macros with this format. Notice, you want the A to open Apple's site and M to open Amazon's site.
Here are the two Palettes for your review:
The first is the Master Palette - 0 Master Palette.kmmacros (2.0 KB)
The second is the Macros Palette - 0 Macros Macros.kmmacros (3.3 KB)
I hope this helps.