A collection of Keyboard Maestro macros. You can click on the headings to get to the corresponding articles on RocketINK.
I doubt they are interesting for anyone, but maybe it's shorter for you to copy and paste in your own bookmarklets than starting from scratch.
The point of have palettes for bookmarklets is to:
- use less extensions and save ressources
- have custom shortcuts to all bookmarklets
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This folder contains my remapped shortcuts and an editor palette to open nvALT notes in the text editor of you choice.
As a little extra there's also the Byword theme (drop it in ) for the Markdown preview in nvALT and my color scheme which can be imported into Apple's color picker.
A palette that can be triggered via a global hotkey and displays your favorite OmniFocus perspectives.
If OmniFocus isn't running it will be openend with the selected perspective.
Customize the macro by using the names of your own OmniFocus perspectives and hotkeys that work for you.
This is a collection of all the scripts I use with Keyboard Maestro and OmniFocus. The people who made these scripts are collected in a reference list in this blog post.
For editing text in your favorite editor. Read more.
This is my setup for transfering some of Path Finder functions into Finder. In addition there are some Path Finder only goodies.
A palette for making different sort of screen shots. The article explains everthing in detail.
A tutorial on how-to automatically sync Keyboard Maestro macros with the help of Hazel and Dropbox.
A simple replacement for Caffeine with Keyboard Maestro.
A macro to toggle between the F1, F2, etc. keys standard functions and the special functions.
The content of this folder can function as a template for organizing your Keyboard Maestro library – especially when it comes to Markdown.