Is there a condition that can trigger once a different macro stops running?

I can see some workarounds in my specific case, but thought I'd ask since I'm more interested in the general learning I might get out of this– I was trying the If Macro Is Enabled. Also tried Is Active– neither worked and I understand why after researching both of those. Basically wondering, is there something like the Application: Is Running trigger but for Macros instead of applications? Maybe as a text condition via some token that has eluded me?

Thank you!


But, if you want to "trigger [a macro] once a different macro stops running", then yes.
Simply add a KM Execute a Macro action at the END of the "different macro".

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Good to know. Thank you Michael!