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saving directly keyed instructions as short scripts
Posted: 01 May 2020, 16:14
I have been reading through some of the messages on scripts and I recall reading that regular processes or commands keyed in could be saved as scripts and used. The impression I got that directly keying in manually processes could be directly saved rather than actually write a script.
Am I correct in this interpretation.
Re: saving directly keyed instructions as short scripts
Posted: 05 May 2020, 01:22
Hello, I don't understand well the question, do you mean a Macro ? There's the commands "Define Macro" and "Apply Macro", then you can launch them with the "1" "2" "3" "4" buttons.
inside a script you could use: Image.Macro(n) to launch a macro.
Or maybe you meant that from the Sequencer Window it's possible to create automatically a script with the menu command "Create similar script".
You could also reuse quickly a script adding it to the "Library" menu.