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To all Macro Express customers

 

A major new update of Macro Express has been just been released. Here are some of the major new features in Macro Express Pro:



  1. Run more than one macro at the same time.
  2. Edit multiple macros at the same time using the tabbed Script Editor.
  3. Have more than one macro file loaded at a time.
  4. Variables can now be named. They are not limited to %T1% but can now have names like %FirstName%.
  5. Additional variable types: Boolean, Handle, and Date/Time.
  6. Date/Time commands allow easier date and time comparisons in your macros.
  7. Many new macro activations.
  8. The Text Box Display command now allows you to set fonts and colors.
  9. Macros can now be activated when a hotkey is pressed down, not when it is released.
  10. Macros now run faster.

There is much more that cannot be listed here. You can read more but the best way to become familiar with Macro Express Pro is to try it. As with all of our products, Macro Express Pro has a free 30 day trial. Download Macro Express Pro at www.macros.com/download.htm.

 

Please join us on the new Macro Express Pro forum to discuss features, ask questions and report problems

 

Macro Express 3 will continue to be sold under the name 'Macro Express'. Macro Express Pro is meant to fill the needs of the more advanced, or 'Pro', user. For a limited time Macro Express Pro is priced at $59.95. Special upgrade discounts are available. Upgrade soon, before the regular prices go into effect.

 

Not all of the web pages have been updated for Macro Express Pro. We will be working on the web pages at www.macros.com over the next few days or weeks.

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Installed and registered yesterday and happy that the dozen or so of my existing version 3 macros that I've tried all work fine. Have to leave home for nearly a week so unfortunately no time to play with the new features. Particularly looking forward to learning how to run several macros at once, as well as smartening up my text displays.

 

I hope we can expect an updated version of 'Macro Express Explained'!

:rolleyes:

 

Hmm - guess I should be posting this in a new forum. Next time...

 

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Terry, East Grinstead, UK

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