ejs Posted October 1, 2007 Report Share Posted October 1, 2007 How can I set up a macro so that if it encounters an error in the middle of the script, the macro will continue at the next command in the script rather than aborting? I've tried using the "log errors" command, but that only suppresses of the error message dialog box; the macro still aborts. Specifically, I want to use the 'wait for web page to load' command, and I have the maximum wait time set to 10 seconds. If the web page does not load in ten seconds, the wait for web page command aborts the macro. But I really want the macro to continue at the next command in the script after ten seconds regardless of whether the web page has completed loading or not. I can't simply replace the wait for web page command with a 10 second delay command, because then the user will always be waiting a full 10 seconds every time, even though the web page normally loads in one second. Also, I would like to applied this "ignore error and continue" behavior only to specific macros. I don't want to select a systemwide option that would make this happen to all my macros. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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