nkormanik Posted December 6, 2018 Report Share Posted December 6, 2018 I use two computers: A and B One keyboard and mouse, by way of MouseWithoutBorders. Wonderfully controls both computers. If through Windows Task Scheduler I have a macro to execute on Computer A, but I am currently over working on Computer B, the macro seems to operate on Computer B, and not A as desired. Is there a way to confine the macro to Computer A, and not switch over to Computer B, even though I am working on Computer B, through MouseWithoutBorders? In other words, STAY ON COMPUTER A!!! Any thoughts appreciated. Nicholas Kormanik Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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