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KeyMacro can run in the background. It will hide from your desktop, so you won’t see it and you can also show the application icon.
KeyMacro is useful to create new shortcuts and to modify existing ones. You can use macros for Windows Explorer, various commands and a browser. You can also create your own macros.
KeyMacro can be used with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and UNIX. It can be used in Linux and UNIX as well.
KeyMacro can import and export plain text files. This means that you can export all your macros to a plain text file.
KeyMacro can be installed on any language Windows, including XP, Vista and Windows 7.
KeyMacro can be used with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
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KeyMacro is a free download.
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Add a new key to the specified list of current keys. This command is used in the beginning of the loop. When an end-of-file (EOF) condition is encountered, this command is used to add a new key to the list.
When you use this command, you also have to specify a list of keys. When the list is empty, the method returns, and no new key is added. If the list is full, the method fails, and returns an error code. The command always returns.
If you need to remove an entry from the list, you should use the ENDMACRO.
KeyIDList is a two-dimensional array of the same size as the array of keys. To add a new key to the specified list of current keys, specify the list of keys as a KEYIDLIST array.
KEYIDLIST[i][j] is the ID of the key you want to add.
KEYIDLIST[i][j] can be empty. If empty, this means that you want to add a new key, and specify this new key as the next key.
If the key IDLIST[i][j] is nonempty, this means that you want to remove this key from the specified list.
If KEYIDLIST[i][j] is nonempty, the next key to be added to the list will be KEYIDLIST[i + 1][j].
KEY(1, [1,2,3]) -> removes the key with ID 1 from the list
KEY(1, [1,2,3,5]) -> adds a new key with ID 1 to the list
KEY(2, [1,2,3]) -> removes the key with ID 2 from the list
KEY(2, [1,2,3,5]) -> fails
KEY(1, [1,2,3,5]) -> 1
KEY(2, [1,2,3,5]) -> 2
KEY(1, [1,2]) -> succeeds
KEY(2, [1,2]) -> fails
When an end-of-file condition is encountered, this command will always fail.
KEY(1, [1,2,3]) -> 1
KEY(2, [1,2,3]) -> 1