G Aksland Posted January 22, 2007 Report Share Posted January 22, 2007 The followinig macro allow me to switch from the existing app to ClipMate and navagate up 'u'and down 'n' till I reach the desired clip then enter 'd' to leave loop and return to the original app and paste clip. The way the Var Set String xx from Prompt works it expect the user to indicate when the string entry is complete. Is there a way for ME to only wait for one keystroke and move on through the loop w/o having to press 'enter' after the string entry? This would allow me to navagate the clipboard selections w/o taking my hands from the keyboard to press the up arrow and down arrow keys as I have to do now. Being able to enter a Variable Set String from only one keystroke would open up many handy scenerios for quick computer control, and navagation while keeping ones hands on the keyboard, adding to the usefulness of ME in many control scnerios. Variable Set String %T2% from Window Title Delay 800 Milliseconds Activate Window: "ClipMate Explorer [inBox]" Delay 800 Milliseconds Repeat Until %T1% = "d" Variable Set String %T1% from Prompt \\ If this would have a state where it would only accept 1 key stroke and move on w/o waiting for user to select OK, it would greatly inhance the flexability of ME. This macro is not practical due to having to press enter after each control character. But being able to only enter one char and process would be lightning fast and useful.y If Variable %T1% = "u" Text Type: <ARROW UP> Else If Variable %T1% = "n" Text Type: <ARROW DOWN> Else End If End If Repeat End Activate Window: "%T2%" Delay 800 Milliseconds Clipboard Paste Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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