When I’m editing a macro, is there a standard keyboard shortcut that will run the macro? If the macro I’m working on doesn’t have a hotkey, I usually select all of the actions then click “TRY”. But I wondered if there was a quicker way.
If there isn’t, I’m going to write a macro for it. But I wanted to double-check first.
I don’t know of a built-in hotkey, but I have been reserving F1 as my testing hotkey.
Yeah, I kind of do that also, but I was imagining a scenario where one hotkey could launch whatever macro you’re working on, and if you held it down a little longer, it could prompt you for the TriggerValue, etc. We’ll see if I get around to it.
Your question inspired me to write a little macro. (It seems we share the same problem.)
It’s not exactly what you are looking for (no prompt for “TriggerValue, etc.”) but I think it’s useful.
No, there is no editor command to trigger the current macro. There probably should be, and it is on the list, but currently, no there is not.