URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();

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URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();

by thanh123zaq1 on Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:22 am

Hi,

Can i call another macro through URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();,
so that it runs within the same macro and after it completes, the macro keeps running further.
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Re: URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();

by chivracq on Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:04 am

thanh123zaq1 wrote:Hi,

Can i call another macro through URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();,
so that it runs within the same macro and after it completes, the macro keeps running further.

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Re: URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();

by thecoder2012 on Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:48 pm

chivracq wrote:CIM...! :mrgreen: (Read my Sig...)

Only CIM? Not (F)CIM? :lol:

thanh123zaq1 wrote:Can i call another macro through URL GOTO = javascript: <SP> imPlay();,
so that it runs within the same macro and after it completes, the macro keeps running further.

In my tests with iimPlay and URL GOTO not really but with other solutions.
See http://wiki.imacros.net/iimPlay()#CODE:

Example with URL GOTO as "test.iim":
Code: Select all
URL GOTO=http://www.google.de/
WAIT SECONDS = 2
URL GOTO=imacros://run/?m=test.iim


Or use javascript (*.js). See "How to run 3 .js from one .js without stop?" and "iimPlay(file.js)?"

With loops in javascript (*.js):
Code: Select all
var loopcounter = 10

for (i=1;i<=loopcounter;i++){
   iimPlay("macro1.iim");
   iimPlay("macro2.iim");
   iimPlay("macro3.iim");
}

Source "How to run macros(.iim)one by one"

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