With an update today, it becomes much easier to look at the details of macros from Macroland and try and install them. Previously, if you wanted to try a macro to see what it does or look at its code, you would need to download the macro as a .onetastic file from Macroland website and then open the downloaded file and install into OneNote following several prompts. The whole process required 7 or 8 clicks. And then if you don't like it you would need to delete the macro. Also there was no way to read details of a macro from within OneNote, you would need to go to the website.
With today's update, when you select a macro from Download Macros button, it will display the details of the macro in a window right inside OneNote:
From here you can install the macro with a single click on . You can also try the macro without installing by clicking on . This will download and execute the macro once but won't add it to your list of macros. It will be useful if you just want to see what it does and not necessarily want to install it. Similarly you can click on to open this macro in Macro Editor, which will again not install it. You can inspect the code there and if you want to install it then you can just save.
Several new macros have been added to Macroland since the last update. Check them out:
Add a compact, mind map style TOC tree at the top of the current section. The tree contains all section pages and up three levels of headings per page. The connector lines between nodes are 'drawn' using special glyphs from a monospace font. To minimize user interaction, no UI is displayed.
Add a compact, mind map style TOC tree to the top of the current page. The table of contens is limited to 3 levels. The connector lines between nodes are 'drawn' using special glyphs from a monospace font. To minimize user interaction, no UI is displayed.