To copy a low-level script
Working with Low-Level Scripts
When you rename a low-level script in the Asset pane, Robot does not automatically
rename references to it in the script. If you play back a script that refers to a low-level
script with a name that is not in the Asset pane (and therefore is not in the project),
the script will fail.
To rename a low-level script:
1. Right-click the low-level script name in the Asset (left) pane and click Rename.
2. Type the new name and press
3. Click the top of the script in the Script (right) pane.
4. Click Edit > Replace.
5. Type the old name in the Find what box. Type the new name in the Replace
6. Click Replace All.
Copying a Low-Level Script
You can copy a low-level script to the same script or to a different script in the same
project. Copying a low-level script involves two tasks:
Copying the low-level script name in the Asset pane in one script, and pasting it
into the Asset pane in the same script or a different script. This puts a copy of
the low-level script in the project.
Copying the low-level script command from the script and pasting it into the
same script or a different script.
To copy a low-level script:
1. Right-click the low-level script in the Asset (left) pane and click Copy.
2. In the same script or in a different script (in the same project), right-click
Low-Level Scripts in the Asset pane.
3. Click Paste to paste a copy of the low-level script into the project.
If a low-level script with that name already exists, Robot appends a unique
number to the name.
You can also copy and paste by dragging the low-level script to Low Level
Scripts in the Asset pane.