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Overview

Indigo supports a Macro Command feature that allows the storage of commonly used instructions commands.
These commands are made easily and conveniently accessible via assigned hotkeys, the macro menu and the macro toolbar.  

When a macro is selected the Macro Command will be send directly to the connected device/host in the active terminal session window.

Macro Command Toolbar

Command macros can be accessed using the Macro Command Toolbar.

The Macro Command Toolbar can display up to 10 icons for the top ten macros.  
However, you can use the drop down button to access up to 20 macros as well as the Macro Menu.

Macros Menu

Command macros can be accessed using the Macro Menu.

Macro Command Editor

Command macros can be created and edited using the Macro Command Editor.

The Macro Editor can be access from the Macro Menu or the Macro Toolbar.

Using the command Macro Editor, you can create and manage the command macros using the following options.

 OptionDescription
NewCreate a new user macro command data file.
Open AlternateOpen an alternate existing user macro command data file.
InsertInsert a new command macro row above the current selected row.
RemoveRemove the selected command macro row(s).
(Note that the entire row must be selected. Click the numbered cell to select an entire row.
Move UpMove the selected command macro row(s) up one position in the listing.
(Note that the entire row must be selected. Click the numbered cell to select an entire row. 
Move DownMove the selected command macro row(s) down up one position in the listing.
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Note that the entire row must be selected. Click the numbered cell to select an entire row.
CloseClose and save the command macro data file.

Session Menu

A Macro Command can be added to the macro listing by selecting text in the session data window and then using the Add To Command Macros option via the Session Menu.

Session Context Menu

Macro Command can be added to the macro listing by selecting text in the session data window and then using the Add To Command Macros option via the session right-click context menu.

Session Toolbar

Macro Command can be added to the macro listing by entering command text into the Command Bar and then using the Add To Command Macros option via the Session Toolbar.

Internal Command

Command Macros can be invoked using the Internal Command syntax.

ExampleTransmit command macro #2
Command:macro:2
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