In the following makeffile one macro process it's arguments to call another macro. I expect that makefile below will generate two targets and correct list of the targets in $TARGETS. But in fact it only generates one target with correct list.
Automatically expand text sequences in any text box in (almost) all apps!
This is an Android Xposed module to perform Macro / Text expansion. The module allows short key sequences to be transformed into other, usually more time-consuming, sequences of keystrokes. This means that frequently used or repetitive sequences of keystrokes can easily be automated.
I have to declare a macro for the following.
The macro should take a value (it can be varies from 1 to 64), and it should set corresponding bit positions required to represent that value. For example, if we pass 2, it should return 0x10, if we pass 6, it should return 0x110, if we pass 64 it shold return 0x100 0000.
Does anyone know how to write a macro for a special character?
I know LibreOffice currently doesn't have a way to set a special character to a keyboard shortcut. However, I want to work around this with a macro. My plan is to create a macro for a special character then set a keyboard shortcut to that macro. Problem is I don't know the first thing about writing a macro.