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I have created macros on one workstation. I then use the export button on the macro panel to individually export each macro. For some reason a file must be open to do so. Once exported I transfer the file to our internal server from which my colleague copies the file to his workstation. He opens a file and then clicks the import button on the macro panel and when he selects one and clicks to import, it crashes. Any ideas?

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Hi Srichardprologue,

Welcome to the forums :)

If you try to import the Macro does the app crash?

Thanks

C

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1 minute ago, srichardprologue said:

Correct Callum,

 

Yes, importing a macro causes the app to crash. 

Sorry I was referring to your computer not your colleagues I should have been clearer. If you try to import the Macro you created does your app crash? If it does please could you provide the Macro file? 

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Hi srichardprologue,

It looks as though there is something wrong with the file. I will contact our developers and come back to this thread once I have an answer.

C

 

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4 minutes ago, Callum said:

Hi srichardprologue,

It looks as though there is something wrong with the file. I will contact our developers and come back to this thread once I have an answer.

C

 

Thank you!

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On 7/1/2019 at 10:41 AM, Callum said:

Hi srichardprologue,

It looks as though there is something wrong with the file. I will contact our developers and come back to this thread once I have an answer.

C

 

Hi Callum, 

Any progress on that? Hoping to be able to use these macros with my whole team as soon as possible!

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Sorry I haven't had a response yet as they are very busy. I will give them a poke tomorrow morning and see if I can get any more info.

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