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proshow macros

Postby proshowgeek » Sun Mar 25, 2007 1:19 pm

I would like to have access to a special macro if macros are possible running proshow gold. I accomplished my aim without using a macro but it was tedious and required at least two other programs. The final result is spectacular in my opionion but I must first purchase one of the programs called upon before I can post it for any of you to view. What I did was similar to "running all the way around the barn to p*** around the corner." The mystery word is PEEK.[/img][/code]

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Postby nannybear » Sun Mar 25, 2007 3:05 pm

I think I am confused. Do you mean a macro that would do things in PSG and other programs as well? Without an example I don't know that I could help you. sorry.......cheers Jan
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proshow macros

Postby proshowgeek » Mon Mar 26, 2007 10:46 am

I would like to learn if it is possible to initiate a macro that would carry out a series of keyboard and/or mouse actions while running within the proshow gold program. Specifically I would like to more or less scramble the individual frames that make up a video segment of a proshow "psh" file. This to be done during the construction of the proshow "psh" file and then later of course to be outputted when satisfied. A most general question is, "Does proshow offer a macro tool and if so how is it accessed?"

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Postby nannybear » Mon Mar 26, 2007 10:50 am

I just looked in the manual and macro is not listed in the index. there is a section on Text Macros but not sure what you would use it for. So don't think so! Cheers Jan
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