That concludes why I really need to know the bounding box of a called macro, otherwise I don't know where to place the next object.
end A, BAnd now you can call the macro:
call "my_macro", parameters a_nonsense_param_not_in_use = 0, returned_parameters any, nameOnly the order is crucial. You can assign the returned parameters to any values you'd like.
Peter wrote:Nice! That was new to me, thanks!
you can omit a_nonsense_param_not_in_use: call "my_macro" parameters returned_parameters any