Is dual mode painting capable of being included in a PASeq?

Whenever I try to do this SA 4 quits.

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Let John know. I confirm that build v4a4.71 consistently crashes when one tries to record a history or paseq that includes a dual paint using a WARP or MSG secondary. It records fine with a ImOP secondary.
I just sent an email.
Ron, i didn't get the email you were referring to?

But I'm assuming you are referring to problems with a manually drawn dual mode paint stroke recorded in a PASeq. I believe the issue you ran into is fixed now, so i'll send you a new build to download in a little bit that has the fix. Let it never be said Synthetik isn't responsive when a bug is reported.
Yes that is the problem.

No one could honestly say Synthetik isn't responsive.
However, in my email, I said that since it is July 4th weekend:

"This is July 4th weekend so no need to reply until after the weekend is over."
How are the Macro Edits accessed and activated?

I found a list of macro edits under help tips but clicking on them doesn't seem to do anything.

The manual refers me to the edit menu but I have found no macro edit choice under the edit menu.
The old paint synthesizer macro edit menu functionality is accessible in the version 4 help browser by using the active links on the paint Synthesizer Macro Edit help page there. Active links are command links shaped like small black arrows. When you click the arrow the command gets executed. So in the screen shot below i'm clicking on the Reinitialize paint synthesizer macro edit command. After doing that the current paint synthesizer control settings are reinitialized, which leads to a simple hard edged solid color paint preset.

Thanks for the info, John. I had found those links; but since their is no acknowledgment by SA that the command is effective I thought it wasn't working.

Any chance of giving the action button, micro edit commands and others commands more visible feedback, like the action button in 3.5? It would help to know visibly if/when the command is effective.

If I change paint presets is the macro edit command still effective or do I have to click it again?
I can see that their is some graying near the selected micro edit arrow, but it's hard to see if you are not looking for it.

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