Onetastic 4 is Available with User Defined Functions

March 01, 2019

Onetastic 4 is available with support for user defined functions. You can now add new functions with parameters in your macro and call them to re-use code and simplify your macro. This allows writing macros that do much more with less code than before especially in problems with recursive nature (e.g. macros dealing with section group hierarchy or nested tables).

Adding User Defined Functions to Macros

Macro Editor is updated for adding and editing your own functions. You can see how this works in the short recording below:

Debugging Macros with User Defined Functions

The debugger can now step into and out of user defined functions. A callstack is displayed in the debugger and you can see return values of both user defined and built-in functions in Object Browser during debugging to help investigate and identify problems:

Menus and Toolbar

Macro Editor's user interface is fully updated with menus and toolbars. You can now open macros or create new ones directly from inside the editor. A full list of menu items and their explanations can be found in the documentation.


Editing and debugging macros with user defined functions requires an active Onetastic Dev license. Licenses purchased for Onetastic 3.X.X releases will continue to work on Onetastic 4.


Omer Atay - 2019-03-19
KW: Email so that we can troubleshoot.
KW - 2019-03-19
Hi folks, I am not sure if I am right here, but lets try. I am using One Note Version 16001.11425.20094.0 on a 64-bit Win 10. I just downloaded the OneCal.exe. It starts properly and also recognizes my notebook. But the calender stays empty. Am I doing anything wrong? Thanks for your help! :-)
WernerGg - 2019-03-06
Omer: I reinstalled Onetasic, version 4.0.1
Now it works as expected, thanks a lot.

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