Keyboard Maestro: a very handy macro tool
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Local time: 20:26
Jun 7, 2014

On Windows I used to use MacroToolworks and AutoHotkey. After my transition to OS X I was looking for an equivalent macro tool that can be used on a Mac.

I now have discovered Keyboard Maestro and I must say that I'm very enthusiastic about it ... With Keyboard Maestro I can easily add keyboard shortcuts to OS X and Java apps on my Mac. I can write (simple) macros to start apps, create named client folders, execute AppleScript, Shell scripts, call commands from menus in apps, modify selected strings and clipboard content (also via regular expressions) etc.

Have a look at some macro examples: http://www.keyboardmaestro.com/documentation/6/macroexamples.html


 


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