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===Note===
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<br>This command is only used to provide the long name.
 
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<br>It must be placed in the first 10 lines of the macro, otherwise it will be ignored.
This command is only used to provide the long name.
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<br>It is not processed like other macro commands and therefore can ONLY contain text inside double-quotes.
It must be placed in the first 10 lines of the macro, otherwise it will be ignored.
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<br>The text cannot contain any macro variable names.
It is not processed like other macro commands and therefore can ONLY contain text inside double-quotes.
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<br>
The text cannot contain any macro variable names.
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<br>IF you would like to split the text onto multiple lines, use '\n' to indicate a new line.
 
 
IF you would like to split the text onto multiple lines, use '\n' to indicate a new line.
 
  
 
===Example===
 
===Example===
 
MENU_LONG "This is my long macro name"
 
MENU_LONG "This is my long macro name"
MENU_LONG "This is another long macro name\nand this one is on on 2 lines"
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<br>MENU_LONG "This is another long macro name\nand this one is on on 2 lines"
  
 
[[Category:Miscellaneous]]
 
[[Category:Miscellaneous]]

Latest revision as of 12:20, 10 December 2018

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Command

MENU_LONG <text>


Define a long name to be displayed when the mouse hovers over the icon on the macro menu.

Parameters

<text>
Text to be displayed, must be in double quotes


This command is only used to provide the long name.
It must be placed in the first 10 lines of the macro, otherwise it will be ignored.
It is not processed like other macro commands and therefore can ONLY contain text inside double-quotes.
The text cannot contain any macro variable names.

IF you would like to split the text onto multiple lines, use '\n' to indicate a new line.

Example

MENU_LONG "This is my long macro name"
MENU_LONG "This is another long macro name\nand this one is on on 2 lines"