This is one of those "This should be simple" macro. I thought I'd just quickly set up a macro in Photos to quickly share a selected photo to be my desktop wallpaper with just a keystroke.
(Side note: I have to use High Sierra 10.13.6, because of the age of my mid-2010 iMac. That is now the most modern system possible for this machine.)
Back to the simple macro:
I just have to use something like Control-E as the trigger to run a one-step “Select or Show a Menu item”, right?. There are three fields in it:
Menu Title “File”,
Menu item “Set Desktop Picture”.
So simple. I just clicked the dropdown "menu" item at the right side of the Select or Show a Menu item and like magic, it's all filled in for me. Okay. Let's go!
Except it doesn't work. I get a notification saying the Photos Menu item -- which lists the three correct fields -- is “disabled.”
I manually look at the Set Desktop Picture menu item in Photos. It's looking back at me, saying, "What?" It seems enabled enough.
So, how do I get KM to first enable a visually enabled menu item so I can get this to work?