Hi @admin, thanks for responding. Unfortunately this isn’t exactly a viable solution. The conditions I mentioned above are based on radio buttons/checkboxes that I’m clicking on the page.
If I were to refresh, then everything will disappear and the macro is useless.
I saw the continueInLastTab that you posted before you edited the response, but another massive, massive problem is that my embeds are being handled by a Chrome Extension that I built. With COVID-19, Google is taking ages to review extension updates. It’s going to be at least 2 weeks now for anything to function correctly on my end.
Regardless, at least with any dev-ops team I’ve worked with, it never ever makes sense to suddenly change default behavior in a way that breaks users’ existing implementations. As I’m sure you know, that’s why deprecation exists, and users can update accordingly.
I get that closing the tab kind of makes sense for command line API macros opened from a local HTML file, but it makes no sense at all for embedded macros. It would have been fine if you had launched Kantu with this as the default, but updating this out of the blue with zero warning has got me baffled.
Again, I do want to extend my appreciation for this tool. I don’t want to sound like I’m not grateful for it because you guys have saved me a HUGE amount of work in the past, but I’m just incredibly frustrated with the latest release.