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Sets the replay speed to fast, medium or slow. Fast replay speed means there is no delay between each step, medium inserts a 1 second and slow a 2 second delay between each command. This command overrides the global replay speed setting in the options dialog.  
 
Sets the replay speed to fast, medium or slow. Fast replay speed means there is no delay between each step, medium inserts a 1 second and slow a 2 second delay between each command. This command overrides the global replay speed setting in the options dialog.  
  
=== Value [[Image:IMacros-icon.png|iMacros Browser]] [[Image:Ie-icon.png|IE Plug-in]] [[Image:Ff-icon.png|Firefox]]===  
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=== Value [[Image:IMacros-icon.png|iMacros Browser]] [[Image:Ie-icon.png|IE Plug-in]] [[Image:Ff-icon.png|Firefox]] [[Image:Cr-icon.png|Chrome]]===  
  
 
  FAST|MEDIUM|SLOW
 
  FAST|MEDIUM|SLOW

Revision as of 16:02, 10 October 2012

Sets the replay speed to fast, medium or slow. Fast replay speed means there is no delay between each step, medium inserts a 1 second and slow a 2 second delay between each command. This command overrides the global replay speed setting in the options dialog.

Value iMacros Browser IE Plug-in Firefox Chrome

FAST|MEDIUM|SLOW

Set By

[ ] Internal

[X] SET

Internal means that the iMacros program itself sets the value of the variable during program run. SET means that the user can set this value via the SET command inside a macro.

Examples

If you use iMacros for web site response measurements then remember to set the replay speed to FAST so that no artificial delays are added:

SET !REPLAYSPEED FAST 
STOPWATCH ID=home 
URL GOTO=http://www.iopus.com 
STOPWATCH ID=home 

See Also