Thanks for including the web page that has the button you are trying to track! Looking at the web page and the screen shots in your post above, let's try modifying the Element Tag or Selector. There are ways we can go with this:
Change the event type to click and leave the Element Tag or Selector field as #user_submit - OR -
Leave the event type as submit and change the Element Tag or Selector field to be #user_submit_form
I also think there is a problem in your path condition, if the root path is already provided in the tool definition , you can't put twice the same path . So try changing this and testing. I once had the same problem with URL path conditions; I wanted it to trigger in e.g : "www.x.y.com" and when I put this on the form it did'not work , but it did with "y.com" . Go figure !