Macro Express Explorer > Options > Preferences > Activation > Scheduler Tab
Play a sound when a scheduled macro runs
Select this option to play a sound (.wav) file when a scheduled macro is about to execute. The sound file will not play back for the When the program starts and When the macro file is loaded schedule options are used. The default option is to not play any sound.
Enter the file name and path of the sound file into the edit field. Or click on the Browse button to locate the sound file. Click on the test button to hear the sound selected.
Wait for the sound file to finish
Placing a check in the box causes the playback of the macro to stop until the sound file has finished playing. The macro resumes playback once the sound file has finished.
Check the scheduled macros every ___ seconds
Specify the interval, in seconds, for how often Macro Express checks to see if a scheduled macro is ready to execute. Macro Express will shut off the timer if no scheduled macros exist in the current file or none are active. The default setting is to check for scheduled macros every 10 seconds.
Suppose a scheduled macro plays back every 3 seconds. For the macro to work correctly, the Timer Interval needs to be set to check at least every 3 seconds. Otherwise some of the scheduled times will not run.
Disable the screensaver when there are scheduled macros
Screen savers prevent a scheduled macro from running. This option prevents a screen saver from starting if Macro Express is running and if there are any active scheduled macros in the macro file currently in use. It stops the screen saver from starting, allowing the macro to run.