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You can use the "Macros Manager" window ("Configuration" → "Macros Manager") for the convenience of working with macros and background operations.

The window is divided into a list of background operations and a list of macros, which are controlled through buttons above the lists and an additional context menu called when you click on a character at the end of a line.

Background Operation Management:

  1. Add - adds a background operation from a file on a personal computer.
  2. Create - creates an empty background operation file with the specified name. The name is entered in a additional window that will open after clicking on the "Create" button.
  3. Delete - deletes the background operation. Works both by a button (deletes a selected background operation) and from the context menu.
  4. Editing - opens a background operation file in the selected program for editing (uses the program specified on the "G-codes" tab).
  5. Run - starts a background operation. The current state of the operation is reflected using a indicator in the list of background operations.
  6. Stop - stops the background operation.

Also background operations are labeled to denote user (U) background operations.

Macro Management:

  1. Add - adds a macro from a file on a personal computer.
  2. Create - creates an empty background activitymacro file with the specified name. The name is entered in a additional window that will open after clicking on the "Create" button.
  3. Delete - deletes the macro. Works both by a button (deletes a selected macro) and from the context menu.
  4. Editing - opens a macro file in the selected program for editing (uses the program specified on the "G-codes" tab).
  5. Reset - restores the standard macro to the "default" state.
  6. Reset All Macros - restores all standard edited macros.

Also macros are labeled to denote user (U) and modified (M) macros.

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