Some of you might benefit from a (hopefully easy to follow and customize) example of how to use Firefox (or any other browser) to input KM variables.
There are a couple of preliminary steps you'll need to take:
- Create the GenericBrowserFormForKM.html file (described in the macro's first action, in red), and save it to your machine. Once you get the macro running, you can customize the HTML file to your particular needs, but keep it as is for a demonstration.)
- Correct the path names in the macro actions to point to your copy of GenericBrowserFormForKM.html. Do this by replacing the ~TheParticularPathForWhereYouSavedTheFile part of the path.
Browser-based KM Variable Loader Macro (v9.0.5)
Once you get this running in Firefox, try opening the HTML file with Safari to notice how many more keystrokes are needed in Safari (and other browsers) to navigate the inputs, compared to Firefox.