nkormanik Posted March 8, 2012 Report Share Posted March 8, 2012 I'm using a "clipboard extender" that holds permanently everything copied to the clipboard. My Macro Express Pro macro, then, copies (Ctrl-C) blocks -- some blocks quite large -- in sequence, one after the other. Let's assume 100 copy actions, 100 blocks. Examining the finished compilation, unfortunately, some blocks are getting dropped. Say, only 79 blocks make it. 21 blocks get dropped. It appears that the next copy action is happening too fast, before the current block (presumably particularly large) is completely copied to clipboard. I've tried various lengths of DELAY -- 2, 4, 8 seconds -- between copy actions. With longer delays, fewer blocks get dropped. What would be ideal, though, would be a DYNAMIC DELAY, that would not proceed to the next copy action until each full block is safely copied into the clipboard, regardless of its size. Does such DYNAMIC DELAY currently exist in Macro Express Pro?? I see there is a "Wait for Control" possibility. Would that be the solution, as opposed to the "Delay" I presently use? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Nicholas Kormanik Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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