Script Editor > Miscellaneous Tab
Macro is Enabled
This check box shows whether the macro has been disabled or is still an active macro. A check in the box signifies that the macro is enabled (active).
The logging option captures any error message or command logging in the macro. Decide what to log and where to store the information. The information may also be viewed by right clicking on the macro in the Macro Explorer window. Left click on Macro Properties from the menu that opens. Then click on the Logging tag to see the results.
Log All Errors
This option logs any error messages generated during playback of the macro.
Log All Commands
This option logs each command that runs successfully and date/time stamps the command.
What to do with the Log File
After determining what to log, select what to do with the file.
Email Log File when the Macro Completes or Aborts
Use this option if the file is to be sent via email. Enter a recipient email address and optional carbon copy and blind carbon copy addresses.
Save to Default Error Log
The log details are saved to the default error log. This log location is defined in Options > Preferences > File Systems > File Paths. A separate log file is created for each macro that includes logging details.
Save to File
Save the log file to the desired file name and location. Enter the file name and path or click on the Browse button to locate the file.
Turn Off the CAPS Lock Prior to Running a Macro
With this option selected, the macro turns off the CAPS Lock key before starting the macro playback.
Restore the CAPS Lock State after Finishing a Macro
With this option checked, the CAPS Lock key is returned to the state it was in before the macro ran. For example, assume that the Caps Lock key is initially turned off and a macro runs that turns the Caps Lock key on during the playback. After the macro has finished playing, the Caps Lock key is turned back off again. In the previous scenario, leaving this option unchecked would keep the Caps Lock key on after the macro finished playing.
üNote: These two CAPS Lock options previously were global options set through the Preferences in version 3 and prior. Due to the fact that version 4 allows more than one macro to run at a time, these settings needed to be moved to the individual macro level to avoid conflicts.