How the 25 xType / xClick commands free limit works?

Hi all and @admin
I created a macro with 6 (in total xtype and xclick) X commands
I saw that it didn’t work well so i looked at the log and saw there is a limit for the free usage of Kantu for 25 commands of this type
However i didn’t use 25 just 6 and the macro loops many times
Also i used test macros to capture the css elements and put it at the primary macro
What triggered this limit and how this works ?

I have the assumption that it counts all X commands from all stored in hdd macros and not the one in the current running macro OR it adds the commands with each loop, i don’t know but i can’t explain it and i tried for days to come to a solution that will work with a heavy duty javascript page. Let me know ASAP if you can. Thanks !!

UPDATE : After 9d still don’t know how this works, in the meantime i removed all x commands. Looks like you’re more to Batman side dudes, X-men are not your favorite

A loop counts as one macro run with regard to the XClick limit. So if your macro has 6 XClick, you will reach the 25 limit in the 5th run.

Solution (for free version): Use the command line API to make loops. This restarts Kantu for each loop => endless loops with XClick :slight_smile:

Even easier: Upgrade to the Personal Edition if you can afford it.

For more info, see the discussion here: Limit of 25 XClick / XType / XMove commands for free Users of Kantu

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