Getting the below error while running a macro using command line .Status=Error: t.message is undefined.
Do you have a test macro for us?
We found that this error is a side effect when (simply) the macro is not found. In the below test I first use TESTDemoDownload (non existing!) and get the t.message error. Once I use the correct macro name all works fine.
Note that paths and macro names are case-sensitive. Also, if a macro is inside a folder you must add the folders to the macro name e. g. Demo/Core/DemoDownload. In the screen video below it works adding the folder location that because I had copied the macro to the root folder.
We will clarify the error messages with the next updates.