And to finish this Thread "a bit useful" for all Users on the Forum...:
(Yep, sorry, it was apparently too complicated for @OP to mention 3 Versions about their FCI/Environment and especially which Version of iMacros they use...
But OK, @OP, I guess if using FF88, you must very probably be using iMacros for FF v10.0.2.
Then OK, "many Things to mention", but Good/Bad News, that Version doesn't support the "imacros://run/?m=" Syntax, perfectly mentioned in the Wiki/Release Notes
But hum @OP, hum-hum-hum, OK, arrgghhh, strange...!
(oops, sorry!), looks like the Wiki and the Release Notes were (silently
) changed/edited since last time I checked them... Grrrrr..., I don't like that...!!
... And I "wanted" to "bash you" that you didn't check the Wiki, but OK, not your "Fault" if the Wiki has been silently edited to remove that Info...! Grrrr, I really don't like that, beurk-beurk-beurk...!!, ah-ah...!!!
Last Update is from "This page was last edited on 31 March 2021, at 12:56.", and "they" have apparently removed the Info about the "imacros://run/?m=" Syntax, which..., as I can remember is not supported in v10.0.2 for FF, not from CLI and not for calling another Macro... I've tested that, (Summer 2018, using FF v[60-62] (I think I remember), and FF was complaining about some "imacros://" Protocol being "missing"...
(I could test again, I let FF (v80+ now) update itself when I launch it... (about maybe once a month, always for some specific Thread on the Forum...))
Version 10.0.2, released July 9, 2018
This is the first version which supports Firefox Quantum (Firefox 57 and above). It is a complete new version for the Firefox Webextension API, which has more similarities with iMacros for Chrome than previous versions of iMacros for Firefox. In particular, there are some commands, variables, and functionality that were previously supported but currently are not mostly because the WebExtension API provided by Mozilla still lacks support for it.
Not supported in this version:
File upload is not supported
iMacros for Firefox is disabled in Private Browsing mode due to restrictions in Firefox
The imacros://run/ URI is no longer supported for running macros from the command line, however, a new method is described here.
The following commands and variables are newly supported in iMacros 10:
Docking the iMacros panel (sidebar) can break the ability to drag and drop tabs in Firefox
Search and replace dialog no longer work in the macro editor due to Firefox CSP (Content Security Policy) for Web Extensions.
For security reasons in Firefox, you cannot navigate using URL GOTO to a privileged URL such as file:, data:, and about: (although about:home and about:blank are allowed)
Additional tweaks/enhancements made during the beta period:
Accept input and confirm PROMPT and other dialogs with a keyboard Enter
Editor Save and Save As buttons feedback on successful save
Changed Play button text to Resume when macro is paused
Added setting to ignore UnsupportedCommand errors bypassing parsing of line (use with care!)
And @OP, a few Workarounds available for the Func you want, but search the Forum, you won't get them from me, sorry but "next time" consider mentioning the 3 Versions about your FCI, shouldn't be that difficult, I would think..., and you will really "speed up the Process" of getting some Help and Answers to your Questions, ah-ah...!
Asking @TechSup about the (silent) Edit in the Wiki about the "imacros://run/?m=" Syntax... It "used" to be (clearly) documented in the Wiki/Release Notes..., => as not supported anymore..!
(I will post some Update..., or @TechSup will post in the Thread...)
- (F)CI(M) = (Full) Config Info (Missing): iMacros + Browser + OS (+ all 3 Versions + 'Free'/'PE').
- I don't even read the Qt if that (required) Info is not mentioned...!
- Script & URL help a lot for more "educated" Help...