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I don't know any way to do it directly from ME.

However, if you can write the C# or VB code, your macro could call a program to check the mouse. Google "detect mouse button state" and you will find a number of examples of simple C# or VB or Javascript code to check it.

 

It sounds like a useful command that Insight could "easily" add to ME -- I suggest you ask them to do so. Won't help you right now, but maybe in the future ....

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Maybe you could do it as follows:

 

1. Start macro X with a left mouse click.

2. In macro X after a 1 second delay open or activate or focus a unique window W and end X.

3. Activate macro Y with the Window Title option. Proceed to do your required operations in macro Y.

 

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Terry, East Grinstead, UK

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