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  1. Cory

    Copy macro and its activation

    Oh, and I think Google Assistant is available on iOS devices.
  2. Cory

    Copy macro and its activation

    Siri/Cortana/OK Google. 😉 It took me a long time to adopt. But it's so nice to be able to say "Remind me to check the sprinklers this afternoon" and it just does it. Or "Remind me when I go to the store next time to get milk".
  3. Cory

    Conflicts with Google Earth?

    I don't use it in GEP. Do you have a macro that can reproduce a failure or is it random?
  4. Cory

    MEP toolbar problem

    I didn't follow everything you were doing in the registry but I had a thought. How about you export the entire key-set for MEP HKCU and HKLM to a .REG file, make a small change to the position, and export it again. Then do a file compare to see what changed. Or better yet, use Process Explorer to monitor for registry changes.
  5. Cory

    MEP toolbar problem

    How about running as admin, moving them, and closing MEP?
  6. Cory

    Macros deploying twice

    This is what I was saying. In MEP one can have multiple macro files open. Each macro file contains a number of macros. Sometimes people accidentally duplicate a file and end up with both open at the same time.
  7. I prefer to use an external script or program to get the source of a web page but if you prefer to CTRL+A and copy from the browser window (or use the control method) you can do so directly in Chrome. Simply prefix your URI with "view-source:" E.G. "view-source:http://bluepointdesign.com". Edge and Internet Explorer do not support this convention. I've only verified this works in Chrome and FireFox.
  8. Cory

    Macros deploying twice

    In Explorer highlight the first macro file, then try File > Export > Output Macro Activation... Select Activation and name. Open the text file and look if there are any duplicated. Do this for all open macro files.
  9. Cory

    Macros deploying twice

    Close all your macro files. Create a new one. Import that one macro from the previous file and see if the problem goes away. If it does, it's another macro, possibly in another file. Do binary isolation troubleshooting util you identify which is the culprit.
  10. Cory

    Macros deploying twice

    You didn't answer me. How many macro files do you have open?
  11. Cory

    Using <Ctrl>G in Excel to Goto Label

    You're welcome. I think many people get stuck on the idea that you need to issue up/down because they exist. But in my experience it's rare one needs it. Usually for something like multiple keystrokes. Remember, CTRL, ALT, Shift, Win are all modifier keys and don't have values. They're like an adjective.
  12. Cory

    ME can't see windows in Oracle JAVA

    It depends on what you're doing exactly There are virtual apps and virtual machines. If you are doing a VM then you can install MEP on the host computer. But if it's just the virtual app, then you can't. The virtual apps are like a VM but only that application is shared. It's like a window though to a window of an application running on a machine on the cloud someplace. MEP can still sent keystrokes and such to them, but it's all blind. No controls to interact with.
  13. Cory

    Macros deploying twice

    Reboot. The actions of one macro can trigger another, look there. E.G. a macro with a text type command command can trigger another shortkey macro. Is it possible you're running two instances of MEP? Check your task manager. Is it possible you have two copies of the same or similar macro files loaded? Check the Macro explorer. Enable macro logging and see if they bears any clues.
  14. Cory

    Using <Ctrl>G in Excel to Goto Label

    Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <CONTROL>g Works for me.
  15. Cory

    Simple one-off alarm fails

    You're welcome. It works fine for me and I am not running with elevated permissions. Also don't believe elevation has anything to do with it being written. Compare one with and one without elevation and I'll bet you a beer they're identical. I would look at your security software. I know Norton is notorious for blocking apps like this and not telling the user. After all, MEP does often behave like malware.