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BenJAMin
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Hi. I'm completely new to this. I'm (for starters) trying to make a macro that will just keep clicking the mouse until I turn it off. I've got this so far:

 

<CLEARVAR1:A:ALL><REP3:08:000001:000002:0001:0:01:10><LCLK><MSD:300><ENDREP>

 

It works wonderfully except that I can't turn it off. If I use the scroll-break feature, the macro express dialog pops up and disrupts whatever I have running. I though I could come in with a second macro and set N1 to 10, but this doesn't seem to do anything:

 

<IVAR2:01:01:10><MSTOP>

 

I'd appreciate any pointers.

 

-Ben

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Hi BenJAMin,

 

Welcome and good wishes!

 

Depending on why you would want to do that, there may be various answers, I guess. i can think of setting it to stop if you "Alt-tab" to another topmost window, for instance.

Probably no good for your situation?;

 

Searching the site may be relevant; as may this note from Joe? - I will be interested to hear if you solve the problem.

 

Macro Abort; change message?]

 

 

(Seems to have worked OK for me once I have set it in "tweakme.mxe" as in Joe's note)

 

Best, Randall

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Hi. I'm completely new to this. I'm (for starters) trying to make a macro that will just keep clicking the mouse until I turn it off. I've got this so far:

 

<CLEARVAR1:A:ALL><REP3:08:000001:000002:0001:0:01:10><LCLK><MSD:300><ENDREP>

 

It works wonderfully except that I can't turn it off. If I use the scroll-break feature, the macro express dialog pops up and disrupts whatever I have running. I though I could come in with a second macro and set N1 to 10, but this doesn't seem to do anything:

You can't run a second macro until the first has finished, so your approach won't work.

One idea might be for your macro to check for the existence of a particular file; when the file exists (or ceases to exist), your macro ends.

Then all you have to do is create or delete this file via explorer or any other method, and your problem is solved.

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