Condition is True (<if> element)

Use the Condition is True tab to specify the actions that you want to be performed if the condition evaluates to true.

The Condition is True tab contains controls that are almost identical to the controls for the Actions tab. Specifically:

Use these controls on the Condition is True tab to create and edit the actions that you want the macro runtime to perform if the condition is true.

For example, you might set the Condition field to the name of a variable, such as $boolResult$, into which a previous operation has stored its result. If the value of $boolResult$ is true, you might want to a perform a Message action that displays a status message to the user. Therefore, in the Condition is True tab you would create a Message action that contains the status message that you want to display.

During macro playback the macro would evaluate the condition, $boolResult$. If the value is true then the macro runtime would perform the Message action that you had defined in the Condition is True tab. If the value is false then the macro runtime would skip over the Message action and over all the other actions (if any) that you had defined in the Condition is True tab.