See ProMacroExecute(). It has some constraints but it returns to the auxiliary application.
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>Is there a way to asychroniz the ProMacroLoad inside an auxiliary application? When I tried to call a ProMacroLoad(), it always started after the application was done. > >Any idea? > >Thanks, > >Leon > >--- > >You are currently subscribed to toolkits. >To unsubscribe send a blank e-mail to -. > >For assistance, email us at - or find other contacts at www.ptcuser.org/org/contacts.html. > >PTC/USER and the PTC/USER logo are registered trademarks of PTC/USER, Inc. >Pro/ENGINEER is a registered trademark of PTC. > >Message authors are solely responsible for the content of their posts. > > >