I have the BetterTouchTool-touchbar only enabled for some specific apps; the MacOS control strip is always visable. When I am in an app with the BetterTouchTool-touchbar (with some custom buttons; the little ⊗ is in the left-hand corner) and I then switch to any other application, where I have not set a BetterTouchTool-touchbar—so the default touchbar for this app should show—nothing happens and the BetterTouchTool-touchbar for the previous app remains in effect. Moreover, the buttons apply to the new app.
For instance, I have in TexShop a button to typeset (create a PDF from a LaTeX file), which is just a way of executing the keyboard command ⌘+T. If I switch from TexShop to Chrome, the TexShop custom BetterTouchTool-touchbar remains; pressing my ‘typeset’-button on it opens a new tab in Chrome (because also there the command is ⌘+T).
- Type of Mac: 13" MacBook Pro 2018
- macOS version: 10.14.2
- BetterTouchTool version: 2.681 (2.680b and 2.680 have the same issue)
I have now downgraded back to 2.667 and the issue is not present in this version.