Thanks for your quick response.
I initially thought it was an issue just with large "actions" that contained several levels of nested groups, but I have even gone in to the lowest level within the group and tried to add a single action from within the group and I still get that error message. I also just checked again and I'm even getting the error on a single action that is not nested within any groups.
I am unable to provide the screen recording due to confidential information within most of my named actions (large corporate employer, can't take any risks). There's really not much to it though. I select the top level action (usually a group of actions that I grouped using the "Engroup" feature in Keyboard Maestro, and usually several nested layers of grouped actions), then type my shortcut keys for [KMFAM] Add Action(s) (which I set to Cmd+F12), and then get the error pop up that I provided in the screenshot in my previous post.
I just did a complete re-install of Keyboard Maestro, then re-install of KMFAM. Issue persists.
I'm so frustrated because I know KMFAM has worked for me in the past, but it's been a while since I started getting this error. I haven't built a lot of new Macros lately, so it wasn't affecting my workflow until now.
I'm also getting the error on more than one computer.
I'm using Box Drive to sync macros across a few computers, and I told the KMFAM Resources folder to live in a Box Drive directory as well. Could that be somehow affecting KMFAM's functionality? I wouldn't think so, but I'm grasping at straws at this point.
If there's any other information you need to try to determine what might be causing this, please let me know. If I'm the only one having any issues with this then it's obviously got something to do with my setup, but I just can't figure out what that would be. I'm going to try a fresh install of Keyboard Maestro again, then re-install KMFAM. I'll try to build a few without syncing through Box to see if I still get the error.
I appreciate you taking the time to look into this.