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Old 11-13-2018, 04:08 PM
Teinen Teinen is offline
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Default [Macro] Queue or Copy/paste

Hello,

I would like to find a way to whether execute an macro after another one or copy one macro and past it at the end of another one.
I'm using iCUE v 3.9.93 on a windows 10 computeur

By spliting my macro into "module" it makes it easier to modify.
At the moment I tried :
-2nd action (Execute both macro at the same time)
-2nd macros + delay at the top of the 2nd macro : Delay both macros...
-2nd macro + execute first macro uninterrupted : 2nd macro is never executed
-copy/paste between macro : doesn't work

I'm looking for something like this (found it in an old post of the forum, probably an old version of CUE) :


Thank you for your help !

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Old 11-14-2018, 12:15 AM
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I can appreciate where you are coming from. that screencap is from Cue1x which I never had the luxury of using, but some praised certain aspects, and at the same time it had limitations. Like anything in life

You want to be able to have action 1 happen and then action 2 right?

Try this approach in the latest icue?
www.smithany.com/maybethiswillworkforyou.png

with partdeux macro just being a keypress of g
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