After editing out useless mouse movements after recording a mouse click sequence/macro, can the remaining line #s be automatically changed to a certain sequencing? Example: I may want to order each line number in the macro using even numbers, so when I add new lines in the macro, they can go in the interstitial odd numbers.
And how do you reorder the number sequence in the macro even by single digits (1, 2, 3, etc.)?
Short answer no, unfortunately not. 'Relist Rows', an option in macro settings and also via right clicking an entry in the macro queue can re-sequence numerically the rows.
1 | 2380 | 308 | 10 | Mouse Movement 2 | 2380 | 305 | 10 | Mouse Movement 10 | FOR | EACH | LINE IN | C:\temp\mmmout.mmmacro | RUN 3 | 2383 | 297 | 10 | Mouse Movement 400 | 2455 | 627 | 49 | Left Click Release 7 | 2392 | 300 | 876 | Left Click Down 7 | IF | FILE | C:\temp\check.txt | EXIST | DELETE FILE | C:\temp\check.txt | ELSE | 20 | RUN ACTION | | | | OUTPUT TO FILE | C:\temp\check.txt::OVERWRITE::%date%.%time%: Consider the macro above. The numbers are all out of sequence however this has no effect on the running macro. This macro will execute from the top down. The line numbers are a visual queue really and useful to aid and control macro flow.
To reorder the rows how you describe would have to be done manually, say with the macro editor or externally via a text file to a saved .mmmacro file. Doing this will have no impact on the flow control of the actual macro during runtime.