KeyMacro is a fast and user-friendly application that helps you to record your keyboard keystrokes.
You can choose the keys that you want to record by using the predefined macro. If you know the keys that you often use, you can record them in a single macro. The system detects the pressed keys and plays the recorded macro every time you are using it. You can use this feature for the purposes of registration, logging in, and other tasks.
You can record only the pressed key, or all pressed keys that start with a specific letter (A to Z) or a specific number (0 to 9).
You can play the recorded macros with only one click. You can easily access the recorded macros by opening the “Recorded macros” page of KeyMacro. You can also set the most used recorded macros as defaults.
KeyMacro allows you to specify the length of a macro (from 1 to 20).
You can enable/disable the recording of the pressed keys in the “Help” section.
You can set the delay before the recording of the pressed keys.
KeyMacro does not automatically record when you press the menu, or any other shortcut keys. You can enable/disable this feature in the settings.
KeyMacro supports the following languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Greek, Swedish, Danish, Polish, Norwegian, Finnish, Turkish, Czech, Bulgarian, Romanian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Finnish, Hungarian, Croatian, Slovenian, Slovakian, Czech, Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Slovakian, Serbian, Slovenian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Norwegian, Finnish, Turkish, Czech, Bulgarian, Romanian, Serbian, Slovenian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Slovenian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Serbian, and Slovenian.
KeyMacro supports the following operating systems: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.
KeyMacro allows you to set the following parameters:
Time interval between keystrokes,
Preset keys that you want to be recorded,
Preset keys that you want to be recorded with no delay,
Preset keys that you want to be recorded when you press the menu, and
Preset keys that you want to be recorded when you press any shortcut key.
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You can map any Visual Studio Keyboard Macro to the “Magic VC7 to VC6” utility by using one of the following methods:
# 1. If you have a Visual Studio Macro saved as a keymap file, then there’s no need to add a keymap to the program as a checkbox.
# 2. The keymap you use can be an email address you receive from Magic VC7ToVC6.
# 3. You can use a “Magic VC7 to VC6” menu item, or the Windows context menu to “map” your Visual Studio Macro to the “Magic VC7 to VC6” program, when the keymap is used in the program.
Note: This program may not work when you have any macro assigned to a function key (for example, the Ctrl + Enter key combination).
Keyboard macros are assigned to function keys or keys on the keyboard by the Visual Studio Team System.
Below are keymaps you can use to map Visual Studio macros to the “Magic VC7 to VC6” program.
Keymap to use for a macro’s “Ctrl + Enter” key combination:
You can use the menu to select the desired menu or toolbar context to map a macro to the “Magic VC7 to VC6” program.
Note: If you click the menu item, the key map you select is highlighted in the same manner as when you click the menu item.
If you add a new keymap to the keymap file, the keymap is not highlighted until you remove the keymap that is currently selected.
Important note: The first keymap that is selected is overwritten and becomes the keymap that is used to map a macro to the program.
Keymap file saved as “~/my_keymap.txt”:
Use Windows Explorer’s context menu to map macros to the “Magic VC7 to VC6” program.
Keymap file saved as “~/my_menu.txt”:
Keymap file saved as “~/my_toolbar.txt”: