I'm new to BetterTouchTool and I was trying to map command + D on the touchbar to enable me to mute the microphone in Google Meet (within Chrome). It didn't work. But command + E on a button did work to turn the camera on and off.
As well as that, command + D didn't work on the keyboard. The only way I could make it work was by Quiting BetterTouchTool - any ideas?
Also, I can't see how to add touchbar buttons to the standard bar for an app - they seem to 'overwrite' the standard bar if I add any buttons. The only way round it I have found is to have a button on the touchbar to open the BetterTouchTool bar but then that's an extra press that I don't really want to have to do. What am I doing wrong?
You can either have the BetterTouchTool Touch Bar or the default Touch Bar. Both at the same time is not possible.
Unfortunately I don't know about your cmd+d problem. I don't have Google Meet, but it should work by just adding a Touch Bar button like this:
The trouble with Command+D is that BetterTouchTool seems to prevent it happening on the keyboard without me adding it to the Touchbar
Have you added it to the keyboard tab in BTT? (You shouldn't)
No Even with a vanilla BTT, the shortcut does not work
I don't think that's possible
BTT doesn't influence keyboard shortcuts unless you configure them in BTT.
If possible go to the about tab in BTT and click the "export debug information" button. This will create a folder called BetterTouchToolDebug on your Desktop. Would be great if you could send that to firstname.lastname@example.org then I'll look into your config.
You have configured a cmd+d shortcut for Google Chrome and assigned no action:
Removing that should fix the issue.