The system clipboard is where you store items when you Copy and Paste. When you Copy an item, it is temporarily stored in the Clipboard and when you Paste, the item is copied from the Clipboard into your currently selection.
Normally the system stores only one clipboard. Keyboard Maestro keeps a history of your system clipboard, ensuring you never lose data on the clipboard and allowing you to copy and paste multiple items,
is a feature of Keyboard Maestro that allows you to copy or paste to/from a set of Named Clipboards.
is the set of applications that should not appear in the Program Switcher list, allowing you to hide programs you rarely want to switch to. These programs are also ignored when hiding other applications.
Global Macro Group
a predefined Macro Group that always exists and is the default location for new Macros.
a system extension that lets Mac OS X applications unobtrusively tell you when things happen (more info).
Apple’s Help Viewer application is the standard Mac OS X help system, used for display application and system documentation. Significantly degraded in 10.5 (Leopard), but what can you do?
Keyboard Maestro provides a set of named clipboards where you can permanently store information (text, logos, graphics, etc).
the premier application management utility for Classic Mac OS, written by Michael Kamprath it was in part the inspiration for Keyboard Maestro and forms one of the components of Keyboard Maestro.
a macro recorded on the fly in another application. SEE(#recording).
Record Quick Macro
the action that when triggered records a Quick Macro. SEE(#recording).
a Shortcut is another name for a Macro (it is also another name for an Alias but that is a different context to the normal Keyboard Maestro Macro context).
an acronym for Uniform Resource Locator, this is the standard way of specifying a location on the Internet. It starts with a protocol, followed by a colon and then the location. For example, “http://www.stairways.com/”.