Hi Peter, thanks for your detailed response.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'highlighting' in this context.
This might be it. I'm gonna do some tooling around here.
So when a clip is selected in the timeline, its colour is highlighted in the colour palette like this:
(see the white out-line, bottom-right)
This wasn't enough to throw off the action when checking with 'go' in KM Editor, but to rule it out, I cropped the image I'm using in my macro to the following:
This should rule out any problems instigated by slider positions. The default clip colours chosen by the program always belong in the bottom row of the palette, so by excluding them from the reference image I should negate the issue with highlighted colours in my use-case.
Unfortunately, I'm running into the same issue, where KM can locate the points in the image I need to click except in the context of the macro, with Pro Tools being the front-most active window.
I don't think so? Here is a full screenshot:
Thanks for taking the time to respond. And by the way, whatever forum software you're using is very slick and useable. It's easy to insert images and quote users.