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Code for page loading

by psmalling on Tue Dec 06, 2016 4:00 am

Hi,

I've produced a spreadsheet which takes data from a number of cells and inputs it into a web based application. The issue I'm having is that if I have an image button which when pressed moves to the next page, if this button doesn't appear due to page loading times before my macro has reached that specific tag command in my vba code then an error is generated saying the button doesn't exist.

I know you can set the application speed to, fast, medium or slow and you can also incorporate wait times between each tag command but is there some code I can use so the macro won't perform the next tag command until the web page has fully loaded/rendered?

Also can I set the application speed within the vba code? I have provided the code I used but it doesn't appear to work.

macro = macro + "SET !REPLAYSPEED MEDIUM" + vbNewLine

Regards
psmalling
 
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Re: Code for page loading

by psmalling on Wed Apr 26, 2017 12:47 am

I've resolved this issue by using the !TIMEOUT_STEP variable and the !REPLAYSPEED variable does work in VBA code.
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