For a test, I have created some macros named "Macro1", "Macro2", "Macro3" who are executed when clicking, but I also have one seperate macro "ExecuteAll" who needs to execute those 3 macro's
next to this macro, another macro is created to execute both 3 macro's
When checking command line history, it looks like not all lines are executed of each macro
This triggered me in 2 questions:
- thinking of working with uservar parameters in a last line of each macro to trigger the next macro when that uservar parameter has a specific value, is that possible?.. so like in macro "Macro1" will the last line be a command to trigger macro "Macro2", but it will only trigger "Macro2" if a specific value is set in some uservars variable.. so macro "Macro1" is still executable as one macro, when that uservar has no value.
- or is their another way of succesfully executing multiple macro's in serial, without setting any waiting times, and with confidence that all lines in those macro's are executed