Thanks to its built-in wizard, you can learn to build a macro in only a few steps. You can create or record a macro, or design a clipboard macro.
When it comes to setting up the parameters for defining a new macro, you are allowed to insert keystrokes, mouse events, commands (e.g. Activate or run Notepad, Insert time and date in Notepad), or text messages.
You can specify the macro name, add a short description, save it as a template, lock the keyboard and mouse while the macro is running, run the selected macro on Windows startup, pick the macro playback speed and repeating times, and choose the keyboard triggering event (text shortcut, hotkey, or auto-complete text).
Perfect Keyboard Professional gives you the possibility to build macros, which place predefined text to the application that the user is currently working with, run macros with commands for copying/moving/deleting files or folders, downloading or uploading files to servers, sending emails, or using other complex tasks at a scheduled time, as well as combine text insertion with commands.
The clipboard macros allow you to insert pictures, tables, formatted text paragraphs, texts with web links, and foreign language characters. Plus, you can get rid of the task of manually creating a macro by recording your keyboard and mouse activity.
During our testing we have noticed that Perfect Keyboard Professional carries out a task very quickly and without errors. It is quite friendly with system resources, so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered.
All in all, Perfect Keyboard Professional offers a handy set of parameters for helping you create macros, and is suitable especially for advanced users.
* Fixed: _vActiveWindow system variable returns just first character of currently active window.
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