When I use the hotkey to start a macro I get the error, "Hotkey script is in use - cannot run"
So I can't use hotkey to start the macro. However, I can immediately run the macro from the MS15 window with Ctrl + R, or by clicking Run.
I can't open or edit the macro in question through MS15. I get the error, 'Cannot open file "[path]" The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process'
I can't even rename the macro through Windows Explorer.
So I can run a macro through MS15, but not with the shortcut key, and I can't edit it in MS15.
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- Marcus Tettmar
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What happens after a full restart and using a different hot key, such as ctrl + alt + r. Ctrl r is likely used by something else.
No change after a restart.
I don't know how to use a different hotkey without opening the macro in MS15, and I can't open or edit the macro in question through MS15. I get the error, 'Cannot open file "[path]" The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process'
Ctrl + R works to run the macro when focus is on MS15. That's the only way I can run the macro.
EDIT: days later after several restarts I can use the hotkey to run the macro and I can edit it.