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[HELP] How do you automate multi-macros

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  1. SquatsDidThis

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    I have 3 macros I want to rotate through. Is there a simple way to do so? I don't want to loop one macro, but rotate between the 3 infinitely. Is that possible?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Problem solved.
     
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    Can you post your solution OP?
     
  4. Don Corleone

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    One solution is making a macro that activates the other macros you want to run. Don't know if the OP used this solution.
    Or use batch files. You can Google both methods I can't post links yet. Google iimplay function.

    Macro that activates > - Macro 1, Macro 2 , Macro 3
    (then loop this macro)


    I don't know what the OP means with don't loop one Macro. So I hope this helps!
     
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    To add on for anyone looking for a further explanation, here was my solution:

    Create a new macro, maybe MacroRunner.js or something like that. Make sure it's a .js and not .iim

    Simply add the following lines to run the macros in order

    iimPlay("FirstMacro");
    iimPlay("SecondMacro");
    iimPlay("ThirdMacro");

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    What I usually do is run my macros for different sites; twitter, pinterest etc. then end it with the AddMeFast macro posted in these forums. That one is an infinite loop that generates points. This way once it does what it has to it racks up points until I run it again.

    What I would like to eventually do is have it run the macros once every say 4-12 hours (at random) but that one's turning out to be a challenge
     
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    Thank you all for your kind responses. Although what you have mentioned seems to be the right way of doing things, I simply created 1 macro out of the three macros I wanted to use (copy + paste into 1 iim). Worked flawlessly, but I can see that referencing macros is probably the best way in the future.

    Thanks again for your suggestions!