Slack uses ⌘-Shift-U to link highlighted text. I'd like to be able to use ⌘-K to link text like every other app.
In BTT I set ⌘-K to trigger ⌘-Shift-U specifically in Slack. I can now link text with ⌘-K. Hooray! However, Slack uses ⌘-K for another key feature, its channel switcher, which I can't access with that shortcut enabled.
I set another shortcut to trigger the channel switcher, mapping ⌘-S to ⌘-K. However, this ends up triggering the text linking shortcut I created (⌘-K triggering ⌘-Shift-U).
Have others found a way to avoid this kind of shortcut chaining? I want Slack to receive ⌘-S as ⌘-K, not as ⌘-Shift-U.