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jump to next step

Post by ender » Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:19 am

if there are no conditional commands is it possible to jump directly to the next step?

I'll be more specific:
I have to upload some data, for each record there are 2 steps, sometimes the first step has been already loaded manually by someone else so the marco stops and gives me an error, then I have to finish the upload of the record manually, then, in order to proceed, the .csv file has to be edited, so I can start the macro from next record.

Any help will be very much appreciated
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Post by Tech Support » Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:13 pm

Please see this FAQ: http://wiki.imacros.net/FAQ#Q:_Are_ther ... anguage.3F

In Firefox, you can use the built-in Javascript interface.

Having said this, in the current version there is a bug that stops if/then from working, but that will be fixed ASAP.

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