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Расположение в меню
Макрос → Выполнить макрос
Верстаки
All
Быстрые клавиши
CTRL+F6
Представлено в версии
-
См. также
Execute Direct


Description

The Std DlgMacroExecute command opens the Execute macro dialog box. From this dialog box macros can be executed, edited and managed.

Std DlgMacroExecute dialog.png

The Execute macro dialog box


Usage

  1. There are several ways to invoke the command:
  2. The Execute macro dialog box opens. See Options.

Options

User macros

  1. The User macros tab lists the macros available in the User macros location.
  2. Click a macro to select it.
  3. The name of the selected macro will appear in the Macro name box.

System macros

The System macros tab is not used at this time.

User macros location

  1. Press the ... button to change the user macros location.
  2. Browse to a different folder and select it.

Execute

  1. To execute a macro do one of the following:
    • Select the macro in the list and press the Execute button.
    • Double-click the macro in the list.
  2. The dialog box closes.
  3. The macro is executed.

Close

  1. Press Esc or the Close button to close the dialog box.

Create

  1. Press the Create button to create a new macro file.
  2. Enter a name in the dialog box that pops up. You do not have to include the .FCMacro extension.
  3. Press Enter or the OK button.
  4. Both dialog boxes close.
  5. The new file is opened in the Macro editor.

Delete

  1. Select the macro you want to delete in the list.
  2. Press the Delete button.
  3. Press the Yes button in the confirmation dialog box that pops up.

Edit

  1. Select the macro you want to edit in the list.
  2. Press the Edit button.
  3. The dialog box closes.
  4. The selected file is opened in the Macro editor.

Rename

  1. Select the macro you want to rename in the list.
  2. Press the Rename button.
  3. Enter a new name in the dialog box that pops up. You do not have to include the .FCMacro extension.
  4. Press Enter or the OK button.

Duplicate

  1. Select the macro you want to duplicate in the list.
  2. Press the Duplicate button.
  3. Enter a new name in the dialog box that pops up. You do not have to include the .FCMacro extension.
  4. Press Enter or the OK button.

Toolbar

  1. Select the macro you want to add to a custom toolbar in the list.
  2. Press the Toolbar button.
  3. Two 'walkthrough' dialogs will guide you through the required steps. See Interface Customization for more information.

Addons

  1. Press the Addons... button to start the Addon manager.

Notes

  • To learn more about macros see the Macros page.

Preferences

  • The user macros location can also be changed in the preferences: Edit → Preferences... → General → Macro → Macro path. See Preferences Editor.