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In Windows 10, a keyboard macro needs to start with CTRL + ALT + a letter and/or a number. Click OK when finished. Another thing to note is that any new software you install might also use your. Compatibility: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, and their server versions Shark Auto Clicker This macro recorder software is specially designed for those who take interest in online casino games or any other online games, and word recognition in the chat windows.
Smart & Flexible - Incredibly powerful macro recorder Macro Recorder can find images on a screen, detect when a window changes it's position etc. Macro Recorder comes with full windows-shell integration and scheduling. Macros can be edited with the built-in full-featured editor. Adjustable - Tune your macros for your needs.
I'm looking for a tool that can record everything I do with my mouse/keyboard and playback recorded sessions. I've found some softwares that can replay macro using a script but none that can also record a session.
I remember that my old 'mac classic' was able to do that 20 years ago. Can't I do that now?
The solution should be free and support Windows XP.
Many thanks.Ivo Flipse
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You can try this one: http://www.macro-recorder.com/
It's also working on Windows 7!r0car0ca
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AutoHotkey has a very good macro recorder available as a helpful tool with it, namely AutoScriptWriter.
There is a menu item for it, but if you can't find it look in the installation folder. The recorded macros may need some improvement by hand, but are a very good start.harrymcharrymc
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The best commercial one we tried is Jitbit Macro Recorder. It can even compile macros to EXE files.
Also, there's a comparison article over at Wikipedia: Comparison of macro recorder software
Early versions of Windows included a free macro recorder, but this seemed to be unstable if used on later editions.
About five years ago we had considerable success with MacroScheduler from MJTnet. This will enable you to record sessions, and also allow you to edit the session as a script - great for optimizing and tweaking a recorded macro.
Unfortunately it isn't free, but for our purposes we considered it excellent value for money. There is a trial version available. See: http://www.mjtnet.com/macro_scheduler.htm
I've used Macro Express for years and would be lost without it. It is not free though.TheUser1024
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Eventcorder is a good one, but I can't get it to work on Vista, but it works fine on WinXP. It's functionality is like Jitbit. I think version 2.0.44 is still free.
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If you already have MS-Office there's a macro recorder built in. I'm not sure how much it works with things outside the Office world though.
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