|Useful macros by class|
Stops the execution of the current macro, skipping further commands.
This command accepts secure command options. If any condition is satisfied, the execution of the current macro will stop, and commands beyond the
/stopmacro will not be executed; no action is performed otherwise.
- This can be useful for debugging or to deal with macro length limitations.
- In cases where multiple macros are executing recursively, this command stops the inner-most macro (the one it appears in) without affecting macros further up the execution stack.