“Times” command [error]: target must be a positive number when using a variable

I cannot get the times command to work i have a times ${variable} and variable is a positive integer, but i receive the following error target must be a positive number

Looks like you found a bug in which you can’t use a variable for times

I use times like variable and i have any error working well

I integrate times in xpath to and working like a charm

Post macro code please

It works on firefox?

On chrome, times won’t take a variable:

times | 3

doesn’t work:
store | 3 | testvar
times | {testvar}

[error] Line xx: target must be a positive number

@User9898 Did you miss the $ in your variable name? For me it works fine:

  "Name": "tst",
  "CreationDate": "2020-12-29",
  "Commands": [
      "Command": "store",
      "Target": "3",
      "Value": "var"
      "Command": "times",
      "Target": "${var}",
      "Value": ""
      "Command": "echo",
      "Target": "hello",
      "Value": ""
      "Command": "end",
      "Target": "",
      "Value": ""

I sure did… too much spiked Christmas punch ha

However, the OP says he has ${variable}… maybe @kantuuser can chime back in

I found the error, was a typo in the variable name. But i expected a error like Variable dont exist o not defined.