Moving macros #macros


 

Is there a way to move macros in the place you want them without having to retype them in ?
Thanks
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73 NU4N Dave


Dave
 

right click in the appropriate editor controls and use the pop up menu

On 5/31/21 2:17 PM, Dave Tucker Nu4N wrote:
Is there a way to move macros in the place you want them without having to retype them in ?
Thanks
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73 NU4N Dave


Nathan Rosenthal
 

Do you mean right-click on the macro button which brings up the editor? 

Nate  N2ADD


Cliff
 

Once in the macro editor then right click anywhere in the editor and the popup menu will give you the usual edit options of Copy, Paste, etc. By using these tools you can move things around easily.

For instance if you want to swap two macros positions then Select All and Cut from the first one then go to the second one and paste at the end of that one. Now select only the older part of the second macro and right click and select cut. Now go back to the first one and right click and paste in the now empty first location. Of course edit the button descriptions.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Jun 2, 2021, at 13:38, Nathan Rosenthal <nate05pa@...> wrote:

Do you mean right-click on the macro button which brings up the editor? 

Nate  N2ADD


Dave
 

If you are feeling especially brave, lucky and reckless you can edit the macro definition file using a text editor.  The mdf files are in fldigi.files\macros\

You should not be executing fldigi when editing the macro file with a text editor.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 6/2/21 2:17 PM, Cliff wrote:
Once in the macro editor then right click anywhere in the editor and the popup menu will give you the usual edit options of Copy, Paste, etc. By using these tools you can move things around easily.

For instance if you want to swap two macros positions then Select All and Cut from the first one then go to the second one and paste at the end of that one. Now select only the older part of the second macro and right click and select cut. Now go back to the first one and right click and paste in the now empty first location. Of course edit the button descriptions.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Jun 2, 2021, at 13:38, Nathan Rosenthal <nate05pa@...> wrote:

Do you mean right-click on the macro button which brings up the editor? 

Nate  N2ADD