A handy tool for working with macro sequences.
You can use macro sequences to perform a number of actions, even while you are typing. The most common are to change the status of your cursor, select one or more characters, change the font of your document, or find something in your text.
KeyMacro works by replacing a word or a series of characters with a different one. For example, you can switch your cursor between different colors, toggling the Caps Lock and Num Lock keys, or you can change your font. KeyMacro doesn’t only change the current character, but also those that follow. That’s why it’s so important to practice your macros and keep your settings up-to-date.
KeyMacro can be used in two ways:
You can set it to run automatically when you start your computer, so you don’t even have to think about it.
You can use KeyMacro as a programmable keyboard driver for your keyboard, to create your own keys on it.
KeyMacro is fully customizable and has a wide selection of preset shortcuts. To enable or disable a preset, simply right-click the preset and select Enable or Disable.
You can also select the keyboard layout, change the name of the shortcut, set the shortcut to repeat indefinitely, and set the shortcut to work even when you’re in the midst of writing a document.
You can also change the program that will open the windows, the order in which they will appear, and the command that will be executed. The list of available commands will expand as you add more keystrokes.
Whether you have a standard keyboard or a custom one, you can use the regular keyboard shortcuts to create and edit your macros.
For example, you can create a shortcut to switch your cursor color, or you can create a shortcut to cut and paste a word from your active document.
If you set a shortcut to be activated by double-clicking it in the KeyMacro window, you can activate the macro even while you’re typing.
If you make a mistake in the text, the program will change it for you automatically, making it easier to correct the text.
The program has a built-in undo function, so if you accidentally selected the wrong part of the text, you can easily change it.
Once you have selected the part of the text you want to change, the text will be highlighted in blue, and you can select which part you want 384a16bd22
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If you like to use keyboard shortcuts in the most efficient way, this is the plugin for you!
KEYMACRO is able to memorize most of the most common keyboard shortcuts and translate them into shortcuts to a media player window. It allows you to easily define your own settings and update them at any time.
KEYMACRO can either be accessed in the Control Panel or through an external.exe file.
At the time of this review, you can already install the plugin on Windows 7, 8, 10, Linux, Mac OS X and iOS, but it’s a pity that there’s no official support for Android or other platforms.
The software is free to download and can be installed in a matter of minutes. On a clean installation, the Registry entries are automatically created, but you can also manually set them in the settings panel.
KEYMACRO can memorize and translate keyboard shortcuts for the following media players:
XBMC Media Center
ReactOS Movie Player
Media Player Classic
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