A macro can record your mouse clicks and keystrokes for a period of time. Save a macro as a keyword in Keybreeze. Then you can press the hotkey, type the macro, and press Enter to have Keybreeze automatically replay your actions. Press the hotkey and type macros [create] to get started.
When creating a macro, you can choose to record your mouse clicks and keystrokes, or simply press the stop key (F12 by default) to stop recording and enter commands manually.
This will pause the macro for a specified period of time in milliseconds.
Example: <delay time="1000"> will pause for 1000 milliseconds, or 1 second.
This will add an InputBox to the macro. It will pause during playback and prompt the user for input with a question. The user can then type a string of text or a number, and it will be used in the macro as a variable.
This will run an entry in Keybreeze.
Example: <keybreeze entry="notepad"> will open Notepad as long as a keyword exists for it.
<keydown>, <keyup>, <keypress>
These will simulate the respective keystrokes in the currently active window.
This will display a message box to the user.
<mouseclick>, <mousedown>, <mouseup>
This will click the mouse at a specific location on your screen.
Examples: <mouseclick button="Left" location="1151,590">, <mousedown button="Left" location="1151,590">, <mouseup button="Left" location="1151,590">
This will type text in the current active window.
Example: <keybreeze entry="notepad"><delay time="2000"><type text="hello world">
This will open Notepad, pause for 2 seconds, and then type hello world.
This will pause the macro until the specified window opens or closes. This works better than <delay> commands if the timing varies.
Example: <waitforwindow title="SQL Developer" class="" action="to_open">
This will pause the macro until a window appears with SQL Developer in the title.
Instead of using the to_open parameter, you can use to_close to wait for the window to close.