I have had no luck trying to figure out if this is possible in keyboard maestro - so thought i'd see if anyone in the forum might have ideas from having done something similar in another app
Mindnode has a command to copy the format of a node: ⌥⌘C
And to paste the style to another node: ⌥⌘V
i have been trying to figure out way to "copy' various styles that i use repeatedly and be able to paste them to other nodes when needed WITHOUT having to each time copy style from another node of the style i want
could invoke potentially with a conflict palette initiated with hotkey to enable choosing from multiple styles
need the macro to access the "copied" style and then paste on to a selected node (position cursor on node whose format want to change / invoke KM to change format to the chosen style)
Welcome any ideas... maybe AppleScript (with which i am not very familiar) could help?
in case of help re: my question, see image below.
Example: if i wanted to change round node with green background to a rectangular node with yellow background, i would position mouse on rectangle/ enter ⌥⌘C to copy the formatting style - and then click on the round node / enter ⌥⌘V, which would change the formatting of the round node to a rectangle with yellow background
Would like to just be able to click on round node and invoke KM macro to "paste" a style on to round node (so don't have to first copy style of another node - the KM macro would have info on styles to be pasted)