There are basically 2 ways to create macros.
- Record keys
You can record series of keyboard commands by selecting the menu
Start Recording Macro. Then select
You can write macros in
Macro Editorpanel will be shown by selecting the menu
Toggle Macro Tools.
You can use the following global variables.
- App (class)
A class that represents the application itself.
- Clipboard (class)
A class that provides static methods to access the OS’s clipboard.
- Window (class)
A class that provides static methods to show dialogs.
- CsvProperties (class)
A class that represents CSV Properties.
- Macro (class)
A class which encapsulates macro script. You can call another macro from a main macro through this class.
console(the instance of Console)
A object which is very similar to browsers’ console API.
consolehas a method
logthat outputs its arguments to SmoothCSV’s console.
Global scope itself can be accessed by the name