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 This explains the functional steps within the sequence. For all the other XML details please refer to [[:​macros:​formats_and_syntax#​xml_format|Formats and syntax]] This explains the functional steps within the sequence. For all the other XML details please refer to [[:​macros:​formats_and_syntax#​xml_format|Formats and syntax]]
  
-tbd+  * ''​Editor.Shapes.ConnectShapesList()''​ lists and highlights all running shapes 
 +  * ''​Editor.Shapes.SelectAllShapes()''​ selects all shapes from the programmer if there are any 
 +  * ''​Editor.Shapes.EditingPlaybackShapes''​ flag is set if there are any shape being edited 
 +  * ''​Editor.Shapes.Reverse()''​ actually reverses all shapes currently being edited 
 +  * ''​Programmer.Editor.ClearAll()''​ finally clears programmer and editor
  
 ===== How to use it ===== ===== How to use it =====
  
   - [[:​macros:​deploying|make this macro available]]   - [[:​macros:​deploying|make this macro available]]
- +  - e.g. fire a playback with a shape 
-tbd+  - fire this macro - the running shape will be inverted and runs in the other direction
  
  
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macros/example/reverseallshapes.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/01 10:52 by icke_siegen