I can only look at one macro at a time, but I have similar macros and would like to compare them in order to edit. Is it possible to open a second window?
No. I can think of two possible options:
- Take a screenshot of one of the macros.
- Export both macros to macro files, and compare using a tool like BBEdit.
Good call, thanks
You can also use the "select recently used macros" button in the editor to switch to recent edited macro
I use the forward and back buttons for this, but I've got them bound to keyboard shortcuts.
⌃B == Back
⌃F == Forward
These AppleScripts go in KM's Execute an AppleScript actions with the text-script option.
This is an intriguing possibility. When I look at exported macros, they are in XML format. When I compare them, I find odd differences. One is a copy of the other with some minor changes that I made, but the difference (using the Mac utility, Meld.app) shows numerous differences that I didn't make, or at least I think I didn't. Most curious is the binary elements that are different. Could those be differences in saved images to find? What other binary elements are in
Is there any documentation of how a
.kmmacros file is structured, what the different elements mean, etc.?