@ersi, that action existed for looong time. ;-)
And it's not suitable for being a macro since it must change own icon and text.
There are definitely more actions active than can be seen under Preferences > Advanced > Keyboard, but I only see them when they appear there.
In Opera things like Button, 21235=Stop | Reload, , , 21210 were able to change icons etc. I understand that Otter's macros are not on that level yet but hopefully will be.
Possible, but that syntax isn't user friendly and we should design something more modern.
Button, SI_STOP_BUTTON_TEXT=Stop | Reload, , , SI_RELOAD_BUTTON_TEXT
What part do you mean exactly? That was made a whole lot more user-friendly by changing from numbers referencing strings to textual identifiers:Code: [Select]Button, SI_STOP_BUTTON_TEXT=Stop | Reload, , , SI_RELOAD_BUTTON_TEXTThat leaves the problem of all the commas that have to be included.
Item, M_DEVELOPER_TOOLS = Attach Developer Tools Window | Close Developer Tools Window ,,,,"Checkmark"
@Frenzie, well, it doesn't look user friendly for those who see it for first time.
@ersi, and how would look like (if doable at all) macro to add to bookmarks all tabs from current stack?
With scripting we could event try to automatically generate keywords based on host name among lots of other stuff, as long as needed APIs will be exposed, which is not hard to do.
So, how do you write "stack" in your programmese? The principle for me is simple: Take the stack and prompt for save (like in sessions) with the option to select the bookmarks folder or create a new one.
@Frenzie, well, it doesn't look user friendly for those who see it for first time. ;-)
@ersiI use all of the options often enough; it's just when you're not passing any options that it complicates matters. A more JSON-like structure would improve quality for that particular aspect.
The whole point is to find more flexible way to create custom actions; ability to access loops, timers and to query other objects may be handy in more advanced cases.
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