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The Macro/Favorite Window
If the Macro Window is closed, reopen it by clicking on the
shortcut button on the toolbar.
You must select the first step you want played back first, then connect the remote to the PC.
All steps after the selected step will play back, including any delays.
D This starts and stops the recording of macro steps.
Any macro programming you do will be discarded unless you press the SAVE button.
Opens the Delay window so that you can specify a delay in between macro steps. If you
place a delay as the first step in a macro, the user has to hold down the button for that
much time before the macro will be issued. If the user does not hold down the button for
the specified delay, the macro is not issued.
Enables you to jump to any PAGE of any DEVICE at the end of a MACRO.
You must select the button you want the macro inserted in, click on the INSERT button, then
click on the button containing the macro you want copied. All of the macro steps are inserted
into the new button in one step. Make any changes you want to the new macro, it is independent
of the original (the original is not affected by any changes you make, nor is the copy affected
by changes you make in the original).
You must select the first step you want deleted first, then click on DELETE.
You can simply drag and drop steps to any order once they are programmed. Just click on
if you want the
changes you made SAVED.
The location (Device/Page/Name) of the button that will issue the
macro when pressed.
A Macro Step indicates the type of step with an icon, the # of the
step, the function (name) of the step, and the Device it is actually
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