Hi, as the title states, I've just installed Ventura and now find that some Press Button When Enabled actions have stopped working. The following gets triggered when I launch Logic Pro, to turn off my cloud backups til I quit Logic. It worked til Ventura; now it doesn't seem to recognize the Settings… button anymore.
I used the Interactive Help; it confirmed that my permissions are OK.
I also, for completeness' sake, attempted to toggle off and back on the app and engine permissions under System Settings > Privacy... > Accessibility - but weirdly, the on/off switches snap right back to On position rather than allowing me to turn off, then turn back on. So I removed items from the list and re-added them. No change.
I searched here but didn't see this specific problem mentioned.
UPDATE: see Peter's response.
And some good news: The following example, which presses the standard Save button, works perfectly, which indicates that it's only 3rd-party buttons we can't count on under Ventura:
Thanks, tiffle! I remember Michael Hyatt posting here about this very thing.
So, here's my schtick: I've got an online class about Keyboard Maestro that targets creative pros who might normally not even attempt automation, on the assumption that it's too complex. So whenever possible, I build my own macros without scripting. I'm trying to keep it as accessible as possible.
The hilarious thing is that the second class in the series, which I just finished scripting, covers the various Pause/Wait options – including a bit about Press a Button When Enabled and using this very macro as the demo. Yikes!
But hey – now I have a great opportunity to cover the many other possible approaches.