fredk Posted January 13, 2009 Report Share Posted January 13, 2009 Okay, I see the following "feature" in the new MacroExpressPro: "Restricting Playback Use the macro scope properties to define when a macro can play back or not. Assign macros to play back in all Windows programs (Global), in only one specific window (Window Specific) or program (Program Specific), or in every program except the one you define (Global Except)." I gather this feature is not available in "ordinary" MacExp?? Does this feature TRULY restrict the macro to one one window, say WordPad, and if I accidently move the mouse to another window(as I did yesterday - xmouse brings a window to the fore), the macro either stops or keeps running in the background WORDPAD window?? As I hint in parenthesis, I accidently strayed outside of wordpad yesterday and the macro kept spewing commands to everything and anything before I could terminate the darn thing. Fortunately, one of the only commands it did not execute is FORMAT C:!!!!! (G) If it really does restrict, I'm interested - this is not the first time I've managed to stray to another window or desktop and watch the ENTERTAINMENT BEGIN!!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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