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“One Key Macro”, is what it name is. Simply put, a Macro is a shortcut command. For example, in Windows or DOS you can make the same action with several commands, for example, a line of text can be copied, pasted and pasted to another file and to another text file with a single mouse click.
The equivalent in Linux is called a Keyboard Macro.
“One Key Macro” is a powerful program allowing you to create your own keyboard macros to perform many operations directly from your keyboard and without looking at your keyboard’s keys.
No mouse involved, no special key on your keyboard, no menu, no registry to edit, simply use your keyboard and press the key combination you want to activate the macro.
“One Key Macro” allows you to create:
– Keystroke macros that allow you to run any program. For example, if you want to run a specific program from within your browser you can press a certain keyboard combination to activate the macro which will then run the program.
– Keystroke macros which will copy and paste text. For example, if you press the Control-C keystroke combination you can activate a macro which will then copy and paste the contents of the clipboard buffer into the default text editor (usually Notepad or TextPad).
– Multi Keystroke macros to run the same program with multiple functions.
– Keystroke macros to display system messages or run custom application macros.
– Keystroke macros to automatically open a specific file, website, a software application or the internet browser.
– Keystroke macros which open a specific website or text editor and then open your web browser or the default text editor.
Key macro’s are easy to create and easy to activate.
Keyboard macros can be activated in almost any application from any application.
Macros can be activated either directly from the keyboard or from any text editor, depending on the preferences of the program.
The source code is completely free.
Macros are also very compact. Their main code lies in a number of.c files (c is a C programming language) that are very small and easy to edit. A few examples of each macro are located inside the corresponding archive.
Macros can be stored and run in batch mode. These macros are stored inside a.bat or a.sh file. It means that they can be run from within command line applications like DOS or Windows.
Macros can also be customized. You can edit d82f892c90

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KEYMACRO defines a keyboard macro and describes its sequence of keys. It is used by Irrlicht to perform a user defined sequence of keyboard events or actions when a keyboard key is pressed.KEYMACRO Key:
The name of the keyboard key. Here are the valid keys: Esc, F1,…, F12, Left, Right, Up, Down, Enter, Backspace, Space, Tab, Backspace, Del, Insert, Home, PageUp, PageDown, End, Delete, CapsLock, LeftShift, RightShift, LeftCtrl, RightCtrl, Up, Down, Left, Right, W, A, S, D, G, H, J, K, L, ;, ‘, -, ‘+ This key is the default key to start a keyboard macro. It can be changed by a KeySequence defined in a MacrosFile.KEYMACRO KeySequence:
The sequence of the keyboard keys which is to be performed when the macro starts. The KeySequence is composed of KeyEvents.KEYMACRO KeyEvent:
A KEYEVENT is a single keyboard event, like: KeyEvent(KEY_DOWN, KEY_H, KEY_D, KEY_G) Where KEY_H and KEY_D are the keyboard keys “Hello” and “Goodbye”, and KEY_G is the keyboard key “Good-bye” and KEY_H is the keyboard key “Hello” and KEY_D is the keyboard key “Good-bye”.KEYMACRO Example:
And to use the example keyboard macro, we can use a MacrosFile and a file which contains the sequences of the keys we want to perform.
A MacrosFile would look like this:MacrosFile:
{KDE.KeySequence = KeyEvent(KEY_DOWN, KEY_H, KEY_D, KEY_G)}

The first line defines the key sequence KEY_DOWN,KEY_H,KEY_D,KEY_G
and this is what we will use to perform when we start the keyboard macro.
The second line tells the KeyMacro what key the macro should perform when the first key is pressed. This is represented by KEY_DOWN, KEY_H, KEY_D, KEY_G.
The third line tells KeyMacro what key the macro should perform when the second key is pressed. This is represented by KEY_DOWN, KEY_H, KEY_D, KEY_G.KEY

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