>Would be really glad to get info - or an example, yes please! - on how to
>write a macro that quits my applicatons but first checks if they are active.
>My own macro programming is on pretty basic level.. :-)
> >Would be really glad to get info - or an example, yes please! - on how to
> >write a macro that quits my applicatons but first checks if they are active.
> >My own macro programming is on pretty basic level.. :-)
> What's wrong with SHIFT PSION A from the System screen?
Dr. Brian Ritchie, W3 Group, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
I've installed the MacSys macro program on my S3c. One of the example
macros I've installed turns on the Psion-PC link using a certain key
combination without having to go back to the system screen and use the
main menu (Psion-L).
I know that MacSys, and probably the examples too, were originally
written for the S3a. The problem I have is that when I execute the macro
it looks like it's turned the link on, but hasn't really: PsiWin sits
there with an "establish conenction to Psion" message for a long time
then fails saying that I should check the link settings. When I do check
the link settings, using Psion-L from the system screen, all seems well,
(speed is correct, etc.). If I turn off the link then turn it on
properly from the system screen (not using the macro) then it all works
The macro simply consist of the following:
PROC macro :
if LinkOff :
Anyone know what I may have to do to get this macro working on my S3c?
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