Thank you, @MitchellModel.
Posting the image helps a lot.
Your level of detail is just right: easy to understand, without getting tangled up in details of IF statements.
So your macros here are still highly useful, even if a little “dicey”.
I certainly understand that sentiment – from similar, personal experience.
And on that basis, you may not enjoy my comments, because they may suggest even more honing.
1. Instead of “Pause for X seconds” I try to discipline myself to use “Pause Until Condition”.
It takes more work and more testing, but the benefit is more reliable macros.
Would “Pause Until Condition” benefit these macros, or not?
2. Your use of, “Click a Green +” is especially notable for the way you’ve handled cases with red minus and without red minus.
When I tried to create a macro to do this, I failed, because I didn’t think carefully about that red minus.
You did, and its working.
Now, in your macro, I wonder if using Switch/Case, instead of “If”, would make it easier to “hone” and so less “dicey”.
3. Not specific to these macros, but I notice your careful use of “Hide Actions” view.
Makes perfect sense, but I wonder if you are actually using the “Actions” view?
I’ve found “Insert Macro By Name” so much quicker.
And easier, too, because shows pictures of actions.
(I prefer to avoid the mouse “dance” that “Actions” view demands.)
Your further thoughts, please.