@peternlewis, I have a suggested modification—if it's possible. It's best described with an example.
Suppose I have a simple Conflict Palette (CP)—that appears with Hot Key ⌃⌘1—and includes two macros: ABC and XYZ. Macro ABC has default and alternative logic based on the state of ⌘.
My preferred method to launch CP macros is with the keyboard, not by mouse movement and clicking. Of course I can efficiently trigger ABC (to run default logic) with the following keystrokes: ⌃⌘1 followed by a.
To execute the alternative logic, however, I am currently required to use the keyboard ( for ⌘ ) and the mouse ( to click ABC on the CP ). It would nice if I could trigger ABC (alternative logic) with the following keystrokes: ⌃⌘1 followed by ⌘a. Would it be possible to make that change?
A non-elegant work-around is to add actions at the beginning of the macro that waits up to 1 second for ⌘ to be pressed. With the workaround, the keystrokes are: ⌃⌘1 followed by a, followed by a tap of ⌘ (within a second of triggering).
Peter, thanks in advance for considering this change.