I assume this is an easy fix, but I have searched the forum and the wiki and not found the problem. I am using a keystroke (Cmd-L) to copy the URL from Firefox, assigning it to a variable ("Address") and attempting to access that variable in shell script that calls the
clean-mark app, installed by Brew to
In the Execute Shell Script section of the macro, I have this command:
/usr/local/bin/clean-mark "$KMVAR_Address" --stdout
This works perfectly on the command line, where "$KMVAR_Address" is replaced with the URL of the webpage to convert to Markdown. But when I run it in KBM, the script fails with the following error:
Execute a Shell Script failed with script error: env: node: No such file or directory.
Note: this seems to be similar to the (currently unresolved) problem encountered here: Execute Shell Script Help