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Change Number of Recent Macros in Tools Menu

Change Number of Recent Macros in Tools Menu

Change Number of Recent Macros in Tools Menu

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Another user posted this question previously but the thread was closed. I am having the same issue, only 5 recent macros show and I want 6 to show. Is there a setting anywhere or is he correct about the registry entry below?

foleyml (TechnicalUser) 9 Sep 10 14:56
Does anyone know how to adjust how many macros display in the Recent Macro list of the Tools menu? Mine shows the last 5 macros I've used, but I want to increase this number to say, 8, if possible. I'm thinking it's the following registry setting:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Attachmate\EXTRA!\WorkstationUser\Preferences

and then either or both of the following fields:

macro count (current value = 4, although it shows 5 macros in the menu)
script count (current value = 4, same as above)

It's not anywhere in the options menu, nor could I identify the configuration file where I might change it. So just wondering if changing one of these registry values might do it.

Thanks for the help.


Mark


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