Now you have written your groundbreaking macro… but: how to make Titan aware of it and use it?
All you need to do is
[View All]) - here you'll find your new macro in the Unassigned section.
[Play], and type in the first letter of your macro's name.
Unfortunately there is not much you can do in terms of debugging a macro. However, at some point you might want to get accustomed to using the Log Viewer Pro which is installed together with the PC suite:
This opens as a mostly empty window. You need to select 'Open Folders' from the File menu.
For a quick check you can just use the default options ('This Machine', all options checked, 'Most Recent'), and hit
Ok . This opens a list of the most recent events which have been logged. At least it is worth a try to check if there are entries e.g. referring to scripting errors, like this one (hint: sort by date/time):
This error says
Can't set property - A property with the id (Playbacks.Editor.Times.ChaseSpeed) does not exist! Did you forget to register the property?
- and indeed this property which was present in Titan 9.1 is not available in Titan 10.1, see Chase - Double speed
I tend to think you need to delete the handle and re-copy it, or something similar, in order to take over any changes.