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Macros And Some Web Pages


sbmichele
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The code is something like this:

 

<MMS2:641,347><LCLK><TAB>10<MMS2:1210,378><LCLK>

 

Anyway soemtimes I got a refresh or a "go back" even with just macro funcion "type text" <TAB> and then macro to type some text.

 

I asked some friends to download the evaluation macro express and when they tested they got the same problem I met.

Sometimes, if there is some text already selected in the form, when I run the macro and execute a single <TAB>, I don't get the <TAB> function but the text selected is just deleted... and often I got "go back" in explorer at thei time.

 

Maybe some setting can solve this but as hard as I tried I could not find one.

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This does not sound like a Macro Express problem. Macro Express only emulates your keystrokes. For example, you say:

... if there is some text already selected in the form, when I run the macro and execute a single <TAB>, I don't get the <TAB> function but the text selected is just deleted ...

This is normal. Highlighted text will always be replaced by the next key you hit. If you were to hit the Q key instead of the Tab key, then the text would be replaced with the letter Q. This will happen whether you hit the keys yourself or tell Macro Express to hit the keys.

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I've found a way out.

It's a bit weird ya... I'm trying to explain:

If I build the macro script with the script editor I always have the same "go back" problem but... if I capture a new macro with the capture function.. then I delete it's script and and I replace it with the script i'm interested.. well doing so everything's working ok.

What-s weird is the script is the same but in the second case I got no refresh or go back in internet explorer and the macro is executed correctly.

If some macro express developer has any explaination he's welocme to tell me.

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