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Same as a manual click of the "Pause" button: Stops the execution of the macro. Waits for user to click "Continue" to continue.  
 
Same as a manual click of the "Pause" button: Stops the execution of the macro. Waits for user to click "Continue" to continue.  
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Once the iMacros hits the PAUSE ''command'' then the PAUSE ''button'' on the Play tab changes its text to "Continue".
  
 
The command is useful if the macro should wait for manual user input or for debugging.  
 
The command is useful if the macro should wait for manual user input or for debugging.  
  
=== Syntax ===  
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=== Syntax [[Image:IMacros-icon.png|iMacros Browser]] [[Image:Ie-icon.png|IE Plug-in]] [[Image:Ff-icon.png|Firefox]]===  
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PAUSE
  
PAUSE  
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Note: If you PAUSE a macro while the macro is running a WAIT command, then the WAIT command will be skipped when the macro is unpaused (after you click CONTINUE).
  
 
=== Parameters ===
 
=== Parameters ===
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=== See Also ===  
 
=== See Also ===  
  
[[PROMPT]]
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[[PROMPT]], [[!SINGLESTEP]]

Revision as of 12:36, 22 September 2008

Same as a manual click of the "Pause" button: Stops the execution of the macro. Waits for user to click "Continue" to continue.

Once the iMacros hits the PAUSE command then the PAUSE button on the Play tab changes its text to "Continue".

The command is useful if the macro should wait for manual user input or for debugging.

Syntax iMacros Browser IE Plug-in Firefox

PAUSE

Note: If you PAUSE a macro while the macro is running a WAIT command, then the WAIT command will be skipped when the macro is unpaused (after you click CONTINUE).

Parameters

Examples

See Also

PROMPT, !SINGLESTEP