I always use the stand alone script editor when I am working on a macro. This post applies to the stand alone script editor.
I have no use for double clicking on a macro script file to have it run. I run my macros in the stand alone editor or I compile them and run the exe file.
To that end, I wrote this extremely simplistic macro. It allows me to double click a macro .scp file, and the script file will open in an instance of the stand alone editor.
I thought some of you may like the same, so here it is. Plus instructions.
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let>cLine=%Command_Line% RegEx>".*" (".*"),cLine,0,match,nom,1,$1,MacroFile RunProgram>C:\Program Files (x86)\Macro Scheduler 14\msched.exe -EDITOR %MacroFile%
1) Once you do that you'll need to right click a script (.scp) file and click "Open with".
2) Then select "Choose Default Program".
3) Then select "Browse" and make your way to msched_mod.exe(....or whatever you called it.)
4) Double click the file. Then click "OK"
That's it. Now when you double click a script file it will open in the stand alone editor.
I realize this is basic and all, but some may not know how to do it.