Keyboard macro program with multiple clipboard and Windows automation features. Stores texts for typing or pasting into any application, run programs, set alarms, completely automate password dialogs and more. Elimate those repetitive tasks!
Jul 28, 2015 20:19:12
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Multi-purpose text and automation utility. KeyText stores boilerplate text, ready to be typed or pasted into any application by a simple hotkey press, trigger text (abbreviation), or menu selection. "Right-click anywhere" feature makes form-filling easier than ever.
Include commands to run programs, click buttons, change windows, visit Internet sites and more - or automate mouse clicks which hit the right spot even if a window changes position.
"Smart Select" feature lets you, for example, select text in any app, hit a hotkey, and: if it's an email address your e-mail program starts with a new message ready; if it's a zip code, goes to an online map; if it's a URL, goes to the site; if it's one word, does a dictionary lookup.
Now includes advanced features such as regular expressions, allowing sophisticated text examination and manipulation, and if/then/else logic which can even be based on the color of a pixel.
Use the built-in Scheduler to run programs at set days and times - or tell KeyText to watch for certain windows, dialogs, or password requests appearing, and it will fill in or button-click them away.
Easy wizards help you set it all up. Save time with KeyText!
WinScheduler, Standard Edition 7.4.5 The WinScheduler allows user to create macros working in all Windows applications and schedule them to run (repetitively) at defined time or when a specific event occurs. The