I am on KM 9.0 and the latest MacOS.
I am trying to learn how to call hotkey combos from KM, that I have already setup in other apps so that I may call these same key combos in a KM Window Palette for mouse access to them.
First, I have set up ⌘⇧F15 to create a new note in Bear app. (https://bear.app)
Works great. Now I want KM to “fire off” ⌘⇧F15 when I press the “Bear Hot Key” item in my KM Window palette.
So far I did this:
Turn off my ⌘⇧F15 in Bear app temporarily. (This is so it does not conflict with KM)
Then I create a new macro that looks like this:
It’s one item that says “Type a Keystroke” which in my case was ⌘⇧F15.
Then, in the “gear” menu I chose to send the keystroke to “Bear”.
(I have tried Finder etc. but I do not see a Global setting which is what I probably need.)
I also left the default “press and release” on.
So then I went back to Bear app and turned on the hotkey again.
Tested from the Finder. Pressed ⌘⇧F15
Now I pressed “bear hot key” in the palette and all I here is a bonk.
It does not create a new note in Bear as it should when ⌘⇧F15 is pressed.
All I hear is a bonk sound effect.
Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?