Invalid Plug In Action with Name Set Finder Label

2017-11-24 11:56:49 Invalid Plug In Action with Name Set Finder Label

I see a number of these in the engine.log -
I searched the macros for “Set Finder Label” found 3 macros and disabled them.
Will that do the trick ? Or is there a ‘best practice’ to eliminate that error.

  • I did quit the engine and the app, and restarted the app, and the error happened immediately.
    thanx

Hey Troy,

Look here:

~/Library/Application Support/Keyboard Maestro/Keyboard Maestro Actions/

Remove the broken plug-in if you find it.

-Chris

thanx for your time Chris - I only have 4 'action' folders there, -
I'm throwing out the Click Chrome or Safari item at XPath - don't think that one is used.
I threw that out, restarted KM and now I have two errors.
2017-11-24 21:00:55 Invalid Plug In Action with Name Click Chrome or Safari item at XPath
and
2017-11-24 21:00:55 Invalid Plug In Action with Name Set Finder Label
ARG =)
Where is the source of the 'call' that's making the error?

If you have removed the plugin folders, I wonder whether you still have any macros which include references to actions from those plugins ?

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You will also need to delete the Actions that use the plugin.
Even though the macro is disabled, for some reason KM still tries to access the plugin.

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Yes, I did have disabled macros that had those actions in it.
I deleted those last 3 and all seems well.
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I am getting the same error in my log files.

Is there a way to "search" for code using a plugin?

I deleted my plug-ins (~/Library/Application Support/Keyboard Maestro/Keyboard Maestro Actions/) and removed some of the macros that had them, however I am still getting the error.

Whats the best way of finding them?

Did you search your macros for “Set Finder Label”?