I have an Automator service set up to run an application, and I've bound this to a keyboard shortcut (process described at Create global shortcut to run command line applications and Keyboard shortcut (almost) never works for Automator service).
This works in the Automator app during testing, and it works on most applications. However, in Emacs, the shortcut is being captured by the application, so the workflow is not being performed (
s-\ is undefined).
I have added accessibility to Automator/Finder, but this did not fix the issue. The keyboard shortcut I am hoping to use is Cmd+\, however I have tried different combinations (with and without ⌘; Emacs is capturing everything).
It seems like I somehow need to set the priority of this keybinding to work regardless of the application that is currently selected. How can I do this?