Apologies for the re-hash - but battling to get this to work.
No doubt the ‘issue’ is this side, given how I’ve set things up.
I have a floating palette that is ‘always visible’ in Outlook. It is set to “shrink”, and all three of “Icon”, “Text” and “Trigger” are selected.
In Outlook, with my message selected, if I ‘cursor-over’ the floating palette icon, it expands to show all my possible macros.
Typing anything on the keyboard to try and select one of them, does nothing.
Similarly, using the cursor-keys moves to the next email message in the background, which show I’m clearly not getting the Palette to be ‘active’ in the foreground, for interaction with my keyboard…
What settings would I need to tweak to get me using the keyboard to invoke the Palette in the 1st place, and then allow me to also use the keyboard to select the applicable action listed in the floating Palette?
Any suggestions would be appreciated!
[Edit:] I gather I need to allocate a trigger to the particular Palette, and use that to make the palette ‘active’, which would then allow keyboard selection? Is that correct? If so - I’m now trying to work out where the trigger is set up?
[By way of background - I use Categories in Outlook extensively. The Mac version doesn’t provided nearly the same functionality as the PC version, which is making the allocation of Categories to my emails tedious to say the least. KM to the rescue. There are too many to allocate individual shortcuts to, which makes the Palette ideal in this instance. Being able to select a Palette action and apply it to the selected email, all from my keyboard, would be amazing!]