Brief definitions

Basic definitions



Pressing keyboard keys

The most common function in the operation of macros. This option allows you to emulate keyboard keystrokes.
Macro description: Selected keys that are pressed in the notepad area at 64 ms intervals when the macro test is run.


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Clicking and moving the mouse


Another very important function that allows you to simulate mouse clicks and cursor movement by coordinates. Let's see the details.

Pressing the mouse button with "right mouse button" as an example

Macro description: The mouse button "right mouse button" is selected, when you run the macro test, the "right mouse button" is pressed on the free area of the screen.


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Moving the cursor by specified coordinates (ABSOLUTE)

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Moving the cursor by specified coordinates (RELATIVE)

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Cycles


Cycles, a useful feature that allows you to loop a specific part of a macro or the whole structure. This option is useful for those who want their macro or some command to be repeated a certain number of times


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Delay


Delay, a command allowing you to insert a certain time interval of waiting time between commands.


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Operation modes


The modes of operation allow you to set the user the condition for triggering a macro, namely "Press to run, release to stop", "Repeat until pressed again" and "No repetitions".


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Go to the specified line


An option that allows you to add a command to the macro structure that will perform a move action to a specified line in the conditions.


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Changing the language


The option is needed to add a command to change the keyboard layout. Most often used in macros that type texts.


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Comments


Allows you to add comments to the structure of the macro, for example some notes. Doesn't affect the operation of the macro!


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