When an action macro is recorded, each action or input in the action macro file is
represented by a node in the Action Tree.
The following table lists the icon for each of the actions and input values that
can appear in the Action Tree.
|Action Node Name
|Pause for User Input
|A pause for input will be made during playback.
|User Text Message
|A user message will be displayed during playback.
|Insert Base Point
|A request to specify a base point will be made during playback.
|A node that contains all recorded input for a command.
|The top-level node that contains all the actions associated with the action macro.
|Absolute Coordinate Point
|The absolute coordinate values of the point acquired during recording.
|Relative Coordinate Point
|The relative coordinate values based on the previous coordinate values in the action
|A prompt or keyword interaction. This action node cannot be changed to request user
|An angle value.
|A distance value.
|A real, double-precision numeric value.
|An integer numeric value.
|A text string value.
|A scaling value.
|A color value.
|The final selection set that is used by a command. It contains a node for each sub-selection.
|Macro-created object Selection
|A selection set that contains only the objects that have been created within the current
|Use Pick First Selection
|The existing selection set will be replaced by the objects selected before the start
of the playback for the action macro.
|Request User Input (Selection)
|A request for an object selection.
|Indicates that a change was made with the Properties or Quick Properties palette.
|A property change made with the Properties or Quick Properties palette.
|A selection made with an object filter applied using either the Properties or Quick
Properties palette. It indicates which object filter type was used.
|A node that contains the recorded dialog box that will be displayed during playback.
|View Change (Observation Change)
|A view change occurred that was not explicitly made by a command or a change in coordinates.
|A UCS change occurred that was not explicitly made by a command or a change in coordinates.
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