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elshizzo

I can't seem to figure out how to solve this problem.

I've created several macros which I have running through windows scheduler. However, usually by accident, two macros will be scheduled to run at the exact same time. When this happens, as you would expect, the commands they use collide, and the macro's just start screwing up my computer until I manually shut them down.

What code can I use to make sure that only one macro is allowed to run at one time?

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elshizzo

All I really need to do is cancel the macro that gets there second. I don't need to save it in a queue or anything, just exit it

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elshizzo

oh my bad, the answer was in the FAQ

I got it working, so nm

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