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tampe125
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Some newbie question

Post by tampe125 » Sat Jan 26, 2008 8:36 pm

hi, i have some very easy question, but i can't find the answer anywhere...

i'd wish to do this:
open a new tab and then i should go to the url i specified, then open another one and so on.. (i think i'll do this thing for 10 times).

please can you help me? can you tell me the code i need to put in?
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322126384
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Re: Some newbie question

Post by 322126384 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 6:17 pm

You can do this using this macro:

Code: Select all

T={{!LOOP}}
URL GOTO=http://example1.com
TAB OPEN
-NOTE:

THIS MACRO IS ONLY FOR IF YOU WANT TO OPEN THE SAME URL OVER AND OVER AGAIN, OTHERWISE USE THIS MACRO:

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TAB OPEN
T=2
URL GOTO=http://example1.com
TAB OPEN
T=3
URL GOTO=http://example2.com
TAB OPEN
T=4
URL GOTO=http://example3.com
TAB OPEN
T=5
URL GOTO=http://example4.com
TAB OPEN
T=6
URL GOTO=http://example5.com
TAB OPEN
T=7
URL GOTO=http://example6.com
TAB OPEN
T=8
URL GOTO=http://example7.com
TAB OPEN
T=9
URL GOTO=http://example8.com
TAB OPEN
T=10
URL GOTO=http://example9.com
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