Two possibilities in one macro

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Two possibilities in one macro

by CaptainL on Sat Dec 24, 2016 8:40 am

Hi, i'm not american or british so please don't be to hard with my grammar.


I'm actually working on a macro but i'm wondering how to do something.
To be short, i need the macro to click on something, but this thing can moove to another place from one time to the next.

It is two bloc like that : https://gyazo.com/7f62e7a3fce90c431ad57ea477a564a7

Mainly the things goes in the first one but 1/5 of the time it goes in the second one.
Is it possible to make a macro that goes for the first bloc, sees there is nothing in it so goes on second bloc ? Because at the moment, if there is nothing in the first bloc, he don't check the second one and make the macro stop...

Have a happy Xmas ;)
CaptainL
 
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