• Subject: Re: Client Access Macros
  • From: asoderlund@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 09:34:07 -0500

"Guzak, Michael" <Michael_guzak@goval.com> on 07/20/99 08:45:31 AM

Please respond to MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com

To:   "Midrange List (E-mail)" <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
cc:    (bcc: Arlene M Soderlund/NFCNA.COM)
Subject:  Client Access Macros

 I am able to record and play back the macros, but it
seems to stop at any point when it recorded that the ENTER key was pressed.
Viewing the macros with a text editor show that the keystroke was recorded
correctly as [enter] but that code does not seem to be sent through.  If I
press enter manually, the command line is executed, but the macro does not
continue.  In fact, the "P" that indicates that a macro is being played
disappears as soon as it hits the [enter].   Help????

You need to the customize the Macro function. You will find you need to get rid
of the [wait]'s and the blank in front of the [enter]. The macro script must be
left adjusted to the window box.

Assist -- Macro/Script Setup --- Pick your Macro and Customize.

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