[App_rpt-users] Access Command Mode With A Macro

Tim Sawyer tim.sawyer at me.com
Wed Jul 31 15:00:28 EDT 2013


Leave the # off and it will stay in command mode. 
1=*355555*455555

Also you can do this shortcut. The zero is an app_rpt shortcut meaning the last node used node number.
1=*355555*40


--
Tim
:wq

On Jul 31, 2013, at 11:43 AM, Jon Rorke <jrorke at cogeco.ca> wrote:

> yes
> On 7/31/2013 2:38 PM, Johnny Keeker wrote:
>> The question is, can a macro be created to connect to a node and then put it in the command mode?  I've tried creating the usual macro example.
>> [macro]
>> 1=*325555*425555#
>> *51 only calls the 25555 node yet it does not take into account the *425555
>>  
>> 
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