I use KM with other software to video record the whole screen. Part of my macro includes the command "Cancel all Macros". "Cancel all Macros" /"Cancel this Macro" commands always show a notification that the command was invoked. Of course, it shows in the video.
I can certainly understand the rationale to have that notification feedback as part of the command, but is there any option to silent that cancel notification within KM? I just can't see to find a way
BUT does it eliminate ALL KM notifications where errors are encountered and the macro stops? Or just when I explicitly use the Cancel Macro command?
I have another macro I'm currently working on where KM would give me an error if I try to divide by zero for a progress bar. Now it just stops proceeding.
After I used terminal again to re-enable the Cancel all Macros notification, (setting -bool YES) I'm getting the KM error calculation notification as expected again along with the canceled macro.
So does the terminal command you suggested get rid of -all- KM notifications (including error notifications) that might result in a cancelled macro where no explicit "Cancel Macro" command is used in my code?? I probably need to know when a specific KM error occurs.
That's odd, it shouldn't work that way. I still receive error notifications. Try running another macro and throw in an action that is guaranteed to throw an error to eliminate the possibility that the other macro is the issue.
Thank you, Peter, for clarifying the operation. Perhaps, with some future version, a checkbox or other option could be added to turn off the default notification that occurs with use of the "Cancel Macros" command.