I’m using Keyboard Maestro and Alfred together, and with the latest Alfred version, I met a problem.
The new feature of Alfred is when it’s shown, it won’t make the current application inactive, so there is no way now to tell if the current active app is Alfred or not. I’m doing key mappings and now the key mappings apply to Alfred, too.
No. Currently Keyboard Maestro has no idea that Alfred has taken over the focus and that the application is not focused. Essentially Alfred is behaving as if it is a window within the current application, and Keyboard Maestro treats it the same way (though I expect from Keyboard Maestro’s point of view the window is also invisible to Keyboard Maestro).