Important: If you want to add the embedded macro as a link on an HTML page, make sure it is url-encoded using e.g. i Macros allows you to store passwords using secure 256-bit AES encryption.
In addition, i Macros for Firefox integrates directly with the Firefox Password Manager and uses it to store the master password (if you decide to store it).
The i Macros bookmark dialog gives you the option to embed your macros directly into a link (bookmarklet) and share it with others.
No administrative rights are required for the installation. You can use i Macros as super-bookmarks: To open the bookmark dialog right-click on the macro that you want to bookmark and select the "local" option.
This option adds a link to the macro on your computer to your bookmarks.
Solution: Make sure that Firefox is already running.
If you start Firefox a second time, Firefox will direct this new command automatically to the already running instance.
If you run a bookmarked macro and the i Macros sidebar is not open, the sidebar will open to run the macro and close again after the macro is complected.
If the sidebar was visible before the macro is started, it will remain visible after the macro is completed.
For experts: The bookmarked URL has the format: Know other good tutorials or screencasts? Press the F8 function key to open and close the i Macros sidebar.
If required, you can change this shortcut with another Firefox extension.