Play all iim's within folder

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darkmilz
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Play all iim's within folder

Post by darkmilz » Fri Apr 14, 2017 1:35 am

Is there a way to have macros playback in sequence automatically?

For Example, I have about >20 macros recorded within a folder that I would like to play in sequence. Essentially, after one is completed, it re-plays the next. Is this possible within imacros for Chrome?
iimfun
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Re: Play all iim's within folder

Post by iimfun » Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:18 am

I think there's no direct way if you use only the free iMacros for Chrome extension. Maybe a certain workaround will help.
darkmilz
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Re: Play all iim's within folder

Post by darkmilz » Fri Apr 14, 2017 1:09 pm

If it helps, I alslo have iMacros10; is it possible to do it through there?
darkmilz
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Re: Play all iim's within folder

Post by darkmilz » Fri Apr 14, 2017 1:09 pm

iimfun wrote:I think there's no direct way if you use only the free iMacros for Chrome extension. Maybe a certain workaround will help.
I also have imacros10 if that helps; is there a way to do it in there?
iimfun
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Re: Play all iim's within folder

Post by iimfun » Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:23 am

In a few words, if you have imacros10 installed, apply the Scripting Interface. Check out this wiki topic and some others relevant to your case.

As to me, I'm familiar enough with JS scripting interface for Firefox only. Thus to solve this problem, I would make a workaround in Chrome. Its main idea is as follows: to read all 20+ 'iim's one by one and play one big macro afterwards.
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