- June 17, 2011 at 10:01 am #9428
I found two ExecuteCommandByID have no effect,
for example below snip macro :
var sFn = “c:tmpee.jsee”;
editor.OpenFile(sFn, 0, eeOpenAllowNewWindow | eeOpenDetectUnicode); //success
editor.ExecuteCommandByID(4349); //”Select This Macro” command —–> nothing happen !!!
editor.ExecuteCommandByID(4217); //”Run Macro” command —–> nothing happen !!!
PS, Why I need above two command :
I wrote a macro which can popup menu to show user macros within any custom folder (include subfolders),
so I can put macros into arbitrary deep subfolders.
This is useful for who have a lot of macros, and want to organize them hierarchical.
thanks !June 17, 2011 at 4:12 pm #9429
You can’t run another macro from within a macro. That’s why ExecuteCommandByID has no effect for “Select this macro” or “Run macro” command.
You might want to use #include to call another macro routines.
Thanks!June 18, 2011 at 3:02 am #9431
in last post question has below line :
====> var sFn = “c:tmpee.jsee”;
In fact, the contents of “tmpee.jsee” is like below :
====> #include “aa.jsee”
just one line !!
It is generation dynamic,
decide by user input via popup menu.
maybe I can use shell.SendKeys()
to run another macro (tmpee.jsee) from within my macro.
Thanks your reply very much.
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