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'Hey Keyboard Macro, talk to me!' — 'Okay.'

I'd guess it's some interaction between macro replay and shell-command. Note that the shell command output from echo still ends up in the *Messages* buffer, but if it gets copied to the echo area in ...
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How do I load a previously named keyboard macro?

FWIW, NEWS.29 for kmacro says Kmacros are now OClosures and have a new constructor kmacro which uses the key-parse syntax. It replaces the old kmacro-lambda-form (which is now declared obsolete). ...
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how to replace Hyperbole implicit action buttons with equivalent org-mode functionality?

You can create a new link type in Org that runs whatever function you'd like when you follow the link. Here for example I define a new kbd link type that lets you run keyboard macros just like ...
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how to replace Hyperbole implicit action buttons with equivalent org-mode functionality?

The answer is to use elisp: org-mode links more, and combining them with named keyboard macros gives us this solution: For example, starting the org agenda for the current day: I want to do the same ...
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Ringing Bell in Macro with Search

As pointed by Juri Linkov, the behavior is controlled by isearch-wrap-pause variable that can be set to 'no-ding to never "ding". So the problem can be worked around by having the following ...
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