PotterHarry Posted October 1, 2006 Report Share Posted October 1, 2006 This is just a thought, and I have no idea how to implement it. I am running a ME macro in Photoshop. Its quite a complex macro with lots of mouse clicks all over the screen. I am not able to abort the macro using the key press method (I am not sure why), and because the mouse is under the control of the macro it is difficult (no its nearly impossible) to right click on the little black running man in the tray. When the photoshop actions go astray for whatever reason there are always a series of audible error sounds. It would be nice if the macro could detect them and then right click on the little guy for me, and so abort the macro. There may be another more obvious method, but do you have any ideas? Scoll lock/pause doesnt work. If this could be made to work it would also usefully abort the macro if it goes astray when I leave it running unattended. Thanx. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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