Can i have conditional Status in the Script?

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vivek
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Can i have conditional Status in the Script?

Post by vivek » Wed Dec 23, 2009 11:10 am

Dear Experts/Admin,

I saw your product today and i have downloaded the free version and now iam already thinking about upgrading to a paid version. Such a powerful tool this is.

Its user friendly and has got many facilities.So now coming to the reason why i posted this..

I am trying to perform a Conditional testing (ie) when a particular page loads i need the macro to check if a particular Text (in the form of a link) is present . if its present it should click the link and then follow a series of step and

when its unavailable i should make it perform a regular log out. Is this possible ?


Regards,
Vivek
Hannes, Tech Support

Re: Can i have conditional Status in the Script?

Post by Hannes, Tech Support » Thu Dec 24, 2009 9:48 am

The macros themselves do not support conditionals. But as you can control the macros via the Scripting Interface, you can create conditionals as well as e.g. all kinds of complex loops in the script that then calls the macros. Cf. FAQ: Conditionals
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