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I just noticed the "Repository" button. Clicking it brings up an interesting dialog. What does it do?

Chieh Cheng
Sat, 13 Dec 2008 21:52:25 +0000

It permits to save all the names (just the names) of the macro in a kind of dictionary (export button), or to get them back in your list of Macro commands (import).

On the Left side of the screen you have 2 lists from top to bottom :
- The top one contains the list of names you already have in your Macro-list
- The bottom one contains the list of the names you are about to add to your list of macro (the names you have just picked up in your dictionary)

On the right, it is your dictionary.

To export certain names, you check the boxes of the names listed in the top left box that you want to write in your dictionary, then click on export.
To import, you check what are your needs in the right list, then "import".

The small red buttons are some convenient way to check all, uncheck all, inverse selection or delete what you have selected.

Pressing "OK" validate the real stuff : what was exported goes in the dictionary (the repository), and what was imported now appears in your list of macro commands, ready to be filled with button mappings :)

Everything is managed in such a way, that you will never have some duplicates (in order to avoid unwanted selections)

It is a convenient way I found to avoid typing again and again the same names of actions (Forward, backward, Left, Right, Chat, ...)

I explain it a little bit in the Changelog.

It followed one of your request :
"I added a new macro to the macro list, but there is no way to import it into an existing profile. I must start a new profile"

It is the most convenient way I found in order to do it :)

Wilfrid AVRILLON
Sun, 14 Dec 2008 02:29:40 +0000

Thanks for the excellent explanation. I will give it a try when I have time to program more profiles.

Chieh Cheng
Mon, 15 Dec 2008 05:03:29 +0000

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