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Macro Express 3 Pause errors


rpalmer
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I'm running WinXP Pro and Macro Express 3.6, when using IE6 it worked great.

 

It seems (possibly) when we went to IE7 that the Pause feature no longer works.

When I run a macro with the Pause feature, the window will pop up fine, but after entering the data and clicking "resume" nothing happens.

It is the same for other users desktop PCs also.

 

I've tried reinstalling the software, same issue. I've created new macros with using the Pause feature, still same issue.

 

Any advice?

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Make sure that the macro is not continuing after the pause. Put a Sound Wave File or a Sound Beep command after the pause. If you hear the sound you know the macro is continuing.

 

It is possible that the focus is not returning to the window you expect. You may be able to use a Window Activate command after the pause to get the macro to work.

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After re-reading your post I have another thought. Macro Express 3 v 3.6 was created long before IE7 was released by Microsoft. Later versions of Macro Express were modified to work with IE7. You may need to update to the latest version of Macro Express 3.

 

Upgrades are free for any versions that have the same major revision number. See our Upgrade Information page for more details.

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After re-reading your post I have another thought. Macro Express 3 v 3.6 was created long before IE7 was released by Microsoft. Later versions of Macro Express were modified to work with IE7. You may need to update to the latest version of Macro Express 3.

 

Upgrades are free for any versions that have the same major revision number. See our Upgrade Information page for more details.

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