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Allows you to bind keyboard shortcuts to any command line application.
Keyboard Macro Creator is a simple tool for creating macros. It’s easy to use. No technical skills are required.
Using the application, users can record any combination of keystrokes, mouse clicks or joystick movements, and save them in a macro file.
From there, they can choose to apply a specific keybinding, the combination of two or more keys, a specific menu command or even a joystick axis.
All the recorded commands can be played back instantly and when users type a key combination that was recorded, the application will automatically execute the macro.
KEYMACRO comes with three modules: macro recorder, macro player and macro editor. The ‘Macro Player’ module makes it possible to play back and edit macros. The ‘Macro Editor’ module provides some rudimentary editing capabilities for the macros created with the recorder. Finally, the ‘Macro Recorder’ module allows users to record any combination of keystrokes, mouse clicks or joystick movements.
KEYMACRO has the potential to simplify any task on the computer.
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KEYMACRO can be used on all platforms, but the Windows version is the easiest to use. On Windows, users need to install the Windows Sockets 2.0 library in order to enable the recorder and playback functions.
KEYMACRO supports the Mac OS, Windows, Linux, BSD, BeOS and OpenBSD operating systems.
Keyboard Macro Creator supports any kind of input devices such as mice, joysticks, and so on.
Other features:
* Supports the following input devices: keyboard, joysticks, mice, tablets, remote controllers, microphones and more.
* Allows users to make macros that execute a command line application, functions of a graphical user interface or any other Windows application.
* Macros can be stored in different formats: text, memory or file.
* Macros are fully customizable, allowing users to select any command from a list.
* Users can record or edit the commands they’ve already typed.
* Supports a fast performance thanks to its built-in multithreading architecture.
* Allows the creation of macros based on hotkeys or hotstrings.
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My name is Anton
I’ve been using GIS since 1995 (10 years) and over that period
I’ve used a wide range of GIS products. I’ve been an IBMer since
1985 and have used many a product that came out of IBM. So I
understand, like most users, what matters to me and what is not

EOS (Environmental
OS) was the first GIS that I used and I’ve been using it ever
since. If you are new to GIS, my advice is this. Buy a cheap
“starter kit” then spend the next few years buying software
that supports the product you use.

the years I’ve had various versions of EOS but I keep going back
to the original EOS 3.3.10, the last version of EOS that IBM
have produced in the GIS range. I’ve used pretty much every
version of EOS but the important thing to me is that it works.
It will never go into obsolescence. It will continue to work,
and it will do so for me for the foreseeable future.

the last version of EOS I began writing my first book “The
Complete Guide to GIS”. This has been a very hard project to
complete. I’ve done tons of work in GIS but never have I worked
on a book. I’ve always read books and spoken about GIS rather
than writing my own, but when I realised that I had to write my
own book to complete it I decided to do it properly.

got the draft out on 21st December 2011. It was more or less
finished on 6th September 2012. I’ve been writing, typing,
researching, retyping and editing ever since.

book went into production and I’ve had a few delays in the
release date. But I’m finally here. The first copies are now
available to the public.


if you’ve followed my blog over the years, I can tell you
you’ll be pleased with the book. I have spent months, in some
cases years, researching and writing it. It contains more than
4000 words


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