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  1. Anyone here experiencing very slow operation of Mouse Moves please? I'm running Win 10 on a high end PC and this macro takes about 7 secs to move about 220 pixels! Mouse Move: 516, 120 Relative to Screen // Also displays Time Slider Repeat Until %nPixCol% Equals "16053492" Get Pixel Color from Beneath the Mouse into %nPixCol% Mouse Move: -1, 0 Relative to Last Position End Repeat I'm sure that sort of script used to run in under a second.
  2. Is there a way to script it so that when I hold a certain key, or hold down the middle mouse button, it makes the mouse can only move in horizontal directions - any vertical movement should be prohibited If there is no way to hold a key, can it be make as a toggle on/off that restricts up/down mouse movement? I found a way with AutoHotKey (here), but would much rather use MacroExpress as it is currently on the user's PC for other purposes already. Thanks
  3. Greetings! After a minute or two spent on the Search area, I got no lucky. Is there a way to make the macro react on a manually pressed mouse button (the macro doesn't click the mouse) after a macro has started? Example: 1. Start a Macro 2. Click (anywhere) during the macro is running 3. The macro produces text
  4. I am scrapping a web page to find call data for our company. The page size changes based on data. I've tried tabbing, but they use Java script on their page. Is there a way to do a lookup such as "Find "Yesterday's Calls"" that would then take and highlight a word somewhere on the page and then to either grab the coordinates of that word so I can move the mouse there or automatically move the mouse there. Keep in mind the coordinates change on every page. Thanks
  5. Does anyone know of a way to temporarily disable the mouse while still allowing the user to use keyboard? My goal is to not allow the user to derail the macro by accidentally bumping the mouse while it is running, however I want them to be able to stop the entire macro with the ‘Scroll Lock + Pause Break’ hot-key. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
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