ejs Posted August 13, 2007 Report Share Posted August 13, 2007 I have 3 macros, each containing only one macro command... clipboard cut, clipboard copy, or clipboard paste, which are assigned to hotkeys F2, F3, and F4 respectively. I am running Windows XP Pro SP1, with macro express v 3.7a. These macros run correctly in all applications, including when I use the hotkeys to invoke the macros within macro express itself. For example, I can use these hotkeys in the macro express scripting editor / macro script pane to copy and paste the macro commands in the script. I gave my .mex to a colleague who is running Windows XP Pro SP2, with macro express v 3.7a. We did a "macro open file" to load the .mex file on his system (not a import macros, so I know there are not any conflicts between my macros and hotkeys and anything he may have previously defined). The macros run correctly in every application on his machine EXCEPT for the macro express scripting editor / macro script pane. The macros definitely are invoked in the macro script pane when the hot key is pressed (because I put in a text display box as a diagnostic to confirm that the macro is really running). But for some reason, the clipboard cut, copy, and paste commands don't produce the desired outcome when the item they are cutting, copying, or pasting is a command within the macro script pane. Either nothing happens, or the selection highlighting changes to a different command in the macro script, depending on which command was highlighted when I pressed the hot key. (I have tried changing one of these macros so instead of a clipboard copy command, it uses a text type with control c, but this also does not do a copy within the macro script pane.) Does anyone know why this would happen in Win XP Pro SP2 but not in SP1? Any suggestions on how I can fix it? Should I report this to insight as a bug? Thank you Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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