Technical support and scripting issues
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I am getting an error when I start Macro Scheduler 14.5.6 Std 32-bit on my Windows 10 computer. It says "Exception EInvalidOp in module msched.exe at 00027F10. Invalid floating point operation." I have one macro that I created in a previous version. When I first load Macro Scheduler it says "Not Responding" but if I go down to the taskbar, I can right click and run the macro before it gives the error. Once the error happens, I have to close down the program and try to start over but each time it fails with the same error.