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Save All Macro Scripts for Copying to Mac

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I've jumped the Windows ship after 35 years, and I need to create new macros on the Mac (Keyboard Maestro).

Any way to get all the scripts to a text file so I can copy and paste?

Thanks.

PS Thanks for the many years that ME has saved me hours of work. I recommend that you not consider doing a Mac version because Keyboard Maestro would be hard to beat.

 

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How long since you switched to Mac?  Is there any Windows thing you have discovered you miss so far? 

In the ME script editor, you can highlight all and click Edit | Copy Command Text then paste it into Notepad or similar.  One macro at a time.  In Direct Editor you can also copy to clipboard.  I don't know whether there's a way to do the whole macro library. 

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1 hour ago, rberq said:

How long since you switched to Mac?  Is there any Windows thing you have discovered you miss so far?

It's been about 25 days and there's nothing about Windows that I miss. I wish I'd switched as soon as I stopped being a programmer. A big plus: Standardization. I never have to search around to find Options or Preferences for an app, for example. They're always in the same place.

Yes, I guess I'll have to do it macro-by-macro.

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