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How to link 2 imacros scripts together?

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  1. Ming the Merciless

    Ming the Merciless Power Member

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    I am trying to link 2 imacros scripts together. Is there a line of code that I can put at the end of macro1 to link it to macro2?
     
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    *bump*......

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    Actually, I have a tool for this very thing. It was made for me during a big project I had. It may not be exactly what you're looking for but will link 2 macros together as you want. You will have to do some adjusting to the tool since it was made to both run macros as well as extract and input data. But anyway, here is the tool:

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/eb...ion%20v1.9.zip

    Here is a tutorial on how the tool worked for my project. You can skip to about 1:50 mark of it. Again, it wasn't built to just link 2 macro scripts but it can work with that way if you alter some settings.

     
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  4. Ming the Merciless

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    Thanks so much. I watched the vid. Probably making it more complicated than it needs to be in my particular situation, but the tool looks really cool none-the-less. I might use it for something else! For anyone else that may want to download it here is a Virus Total for the download. It is clean:

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    What I am really hoping for is a line of code that I can put at the end of an existing macro that will tell it to go to another macro. If anyone else has any input it would be greatly appreciated!
     
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    can;t you just copy one of them and paste it at the end of the other? I didn't have any imacro knowledge before about a week and needed to combine few different scripts and that worked for me..
     
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    Of course I could do that. But here is why I cannot in my particular situation: I have 70 macros that I need to go to 1 macro. That 1 macro I change info on manually everytime I run it. So, if I did it the suggested way I would have to manually change 70 macros instead of just 1. That obviously wouldn't work.
     
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    well, in that case simply write yourself simple php / cgi script to do the mods automatically in the macros and then combine them and save them as 1 whole macro for you to run
     
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    Unfortunately I am not that technically inclined yet. But, you have given me something to do research on now :) Thanks for the advice. It is much appreciated.
     
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    php is damn easy and i don't think you will have any problems making the script within few hours of playing with it
     
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