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    Try this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Brundin View Post
    Hi helpful people!

    I am trying to enable/disable a macro folder from a macro. Also I would like to enable/disable single macros from a macro. But Attachment 146174I cant get it to work. Anyone that can point me in right direction? I tried the syntax above, but dont know exactly how to fit it into a macro (pls, see image)

    Hi! I found the correct syntax after some testing. Here is an image attached: Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	146176 I needed to write "macro_name" both in value and key 0 to get it working. Also found that this works for macro folders
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    Strange..... what's the exact name of the concerned macro, in the example above ?

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    I used "hej", which I took from the screengrab in the previous post. My version works, though the other might well too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBowie View Post
    I used "hej", which I took from the screengrab in the previous post. My version works, though the other might well too.
    Sorry Steve, my question was about Martin screenshot

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    No problem. I think he's maybe got a little bit in his example that isn't actually doing anything.
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    Nevermore... you guys got it while I was typing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBowie View Post
    No problem. I think he's maybe got a little bit in his example that isn't actually doing anything.
    You are right, I was playing around and made a new macro that I called "1", just to simplify the testing Anyway, it works fine now. To enable & disable macros is an important feature we needed to get in place here. (We use almost only macros & Livepanel for controlling our ~10 VMC's. When a VMC is used for local production, this way we can easily disable the remote production folders containing the macros that are called on from other VMCīs.)


    You are also right Steve, I didnt need to put "macro_name" in "Value" for making it work. I can have "value" empty or put anything in there, it works anyway.

    Thanks for your help! (Sorry for late reply, I didnt see the comments until now)

    //Martin

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