Wanted: A simple user interface, but very powerful
KEYMACRO is a program to manage.key and.da files.
With KEYMACRO, you can read keys and create new ones. There are also
different ways of managing the databases, such as flat or btree.
KEYMACRO also includes a high-level API (Application Programming Interface)
that allows access to the.key and.da files, as well as the configuration
and log files.
KEYMACRO can also import and export key files from other software.
KEYMACRO is included in many popular GNU/Linux distributions, such as
GNU/Linux and Debian GNU/Linux.
KEYMACRO is available from the following locations:
Check KEYMACRO at:
Version 0.5.0 :
KeyReceive and KeyExport included.
KeyReceive allows you to import.key files into KEYMACRO.
KeyExport allows you to export the contents of a.key file to a.da file, to be saved to another computer.
Version 0.4.0 :
KeyEdit allows you to edit or add new keys.
VERSION 0.3.1 :
KeyConvert allows you to create a new.key file from a given.da file.
KEYMACRO was created by:
Jon McCann – firstname.lastname@example.org
KEYMACRO was created for:
All information is available on:
KEYMACRO 0.0.2 :
KeyImport 0.0.2 :
KeyReceive 0.0.2 :
KeyExport 0.0.2 :
KeyEdit 0.0.2 :
KeyConvert 0.0.2 :
KEYMACRO is an open source program.
KEYMACRO is currently in the NEW software program.
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KEYMACRO is a simple, powerful macro recorder and editor.
It records keystrokes in sequential order. Then you can create a macro to replay them at a chosen time.
Or, you can even create a macro to replay the previous keystrokes if your machine is crashed or damaged.
KEYMACRO enables you to edit macros for use on Linux or Windows. You can customize every keystroke that your macro plays with two text fields:
Keystroke Command where you can insert a text command like a path, filename, email, or url.
Keystroke Text where you can insert a special text string to be inserted at every keyboard press.
KEYMACRO comes with predefined commands to help you start off fast.
Pathfinder Example Macro:
In this example we will see how to create a very simple macro to open a Finder window, type some text and then quit.
As you can see it is a rather simple but effective script.
Create a new macro recording type:
Macros only work when the host application is open (in the case of a recording application).
KEYMACRO supports UNIX and Mac environments. You will find it on the Web as well as in the.deb package of the DVD version.
KEYMACRO will remain a freeware app.
The KeyMacro wiki:
@Joe „Some users still want to use a text editor.“
They could have been pointing out that there is more than one way to skin a cat. It seems that some people want to justify the use of KeyMacro by arguing that it is ‚just a text editor‘. I have no idea why they would be trying to do this. I’m sure that there are more text editors that do what KeyMacro does, and that what it does can be done in other text editors.
The last three posts on this topic have been interesting.
I do not know what to make of them. It seems that there are people out there who like to pick apart other people’s work and arguments, instead of talking about what the person is saying, and why they believe that it is relevant to the discussion.
That aside, we are still discussing this topic, and that is fine. I was just giving my two cents‘ worth.
If you have something to add to the discussion, that is great. I think that we will all learn something.
I don’t understand