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  1. Many people don't realize you can comment in a command or add a line as a comment. It's in the list with the rest of the commands on the left. Macro Control > Comment.
  2. VM, Remote Desktop sessions and the like all shut down the GUI interface when not displayed. It simply will not work. Not for web pages or anything. Non GUI interacting macros will run fine. I used to use VNC which connects to the console of a desktop computer. I don't know if it will work with a VM.
  3. No. I like to separate too, so this was also a problem for me. I use a remark/comment. Technically not a blank line, but it works well.
  4. Variable Set Integer has a user input option.
  5. Could you type a space first then the numbers? Then a ShortKey macro I think would work. Have the macro delete the space after. My suggestion seems a little sloppy thought.
  6. You can do this using MEP's file and folder commands. Iteratively search down though all folders. Why don't you just search from the command prompt using the Directory command? It's super simple. from the root of the drive E.G."C:\" type "dir myfile.doc /s". The "s" switch searches subdirectories. Run it as an administrator in order to see files in sensitive areas. You can direct the output to a file if you like also. You could also use the External Script facility in MEP.
  7. Why don't you use a popup menu in MEP? And instead of clicking that link in your bookmarks bar, have that button take you to that URI and fill out the page? There are also automation extensions for all the popular browsers. You might be able to have one of them sense the URI and launch your macro. Though if you're going that route, you may as well have that automation tool fill out the form for you.
  8. The problem is that one can't see the color because the line has the cursor. The selected line has the normal highlight which makes the background invisible. Closing and opening like Acantor suggests has the effect of having no line selected. But once you select that line, one can't unselect it. I.E. after clicking anywhere in the main window, there always need to be at least one selected.
  9. I suggest Controls commands. He's not interested in doing it the easy way.
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