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Macro Express Pro v 4.3.0.1

 

Macro Express Pro v 4.3.0.1 is now available. This version includes many important changes including some that address the problem where Windows 7 slows down dramatically while running Macro Express Pro. Additional changes include:

 

  • Made several changes to improve CPU utilization and to prevent lockups when running on Windows 7.
  • Added the ability to edit a macro specified in a 'Macro Run' command from the right-click menu of the script editor.
  • Added the 'Do not process embedded variables' option to many of the 'Variable Set String' and 'Variable Modify String' commands.
  • Revised 'Run Macro In Variable' command.
  • Fixed a bug rounding negative numbers.
  • Fixed a bug with the Clear Variables clear all variables command.
  • Fixed an issue with TCP/IP activated macros that was caused by Microsoft Security patch.
  • Fixed a bug where the menu builder would get confused about the menu's structure.
  • Fixed a bug where the debug variables dialog did not clear out the old values when starting a second test run of a macro.
  • Made a change to resolve issues that occurred when the program shuts down.

For a complete list of changes, see the Macro Express Pro v 4.3.0.1 Release Notes. Download Macro Express Pro from the Macro Express download page.

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Macro Express Pro v 4.3.0.1

 

Macro Express Pro v 4.3.0.1 is now available. This version includes many important changes including some that address the problem where Windows 7 slows down dramatically while running Macro Express Pro. Additional changes include:

 

  • Made several changes to improve CPU utilization and to prevent lockups when running on Windows 7.
  • Added the ability to edit a macro specified in a 'Macro Run' command from the right-click menu of the script editor.
  • Added the 'Do not process embedded variables' option to many of the 'Variable Set String' and 'Variable Modify String' commands.
  • Revised 'Run Macro In Variable' command.
  • Fixed a bug rounding negative numbers.
  • Fixed a bug with the Clear Variables clear all variables command.
  • Fixed an issue with TCP/IP activated macros that was caused by Microsoft Security patch.
  • Fixed a bug where the menu builder would get confused about the menu's structure.
  • Fixed a bug where the debug variables dialog did not clear out the old values when starting a second test run of a macro.
  • Made a change to resolve issues that occurred when the program shuts down.

For a complete list of changes, see the Macro Express Pro v 4.3.0.1 Release Notes. Download Macro Express Pro from the Macro Express download page.

 

excellent, is there any trial version available

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I certainly welcome this new release, especially since Insight rarely seems to contribute to this forum these days.

But it is disappointing that a bug I reported quite a long time ago has not been addressed. Has no-one else encountered this problem?

The command "Move Mouse to Tray Icon to xxx" does not work reliably. Here is an example, where I have an icon called xFirefox (renamed using Actual Window Manager in order to provide a work-around to this very problem) in my system tray, and want to move the mouse to it; so I use the command

Move Mouse to Tray icon to xFirefox

being

<MOVE MOUSE TO TRAY ICON Icon="xFirefox" Exact="TRUE" Center="TRUE" Left="0" Top="0"/>

and get this result:

Of course, the mouse should have been positioned one icon left. Please note that sometimes this command works correctly.

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