This is a Pan6 question.
I have a custom statement, which has worked flawlessly for years. I decided to make a small change to the code.
The first thing I did was to select menu Wizards-Developer Tools-Custom Statements. In that window, I clicked Statement-New Statement, and named a new statement. I then double-clicked the ORIGINAL statement, copied the entire code, and pasted that code into the new custom statement code window. I then saved, and selected Statements-Register New/Modified Statements.
At that point, I thought, I had two identical custom statements with slightly different names. BUT …
Now, neither custom statement works. When I call the original custom statement, I get an error window “Implicit assignment to current cell has been disabled!” I don’t know what is the “current cell” the message refers to. The code does not write to any cell, nor does it refer to any cell.
I inserted a message statement just before the final RTN, and the message window appears. So, the entire custom code runs without an error. But the statement stops at the error window (apparently at the point when it returns to the calling macro) and no longer works. The next statement in the calling macro is a debug command. I’m at my wit’s end as to what’s wrong.
I have a Time machine backup. Is there some file, or folder which I can resurrect to get me back to where I was?
Thanks for any help.