Perfect Macro Recorder estaba como Giveaway el día n 1 de febrero de 2010
Perfect Macro Recorder te ayuda a cumplir con tu trabajo desarrollando todas las tareas mayores de tu PC de manera automática luego de grabarlas. Por "grabarlas" queremos decir grabar las acciones del mouse (movimientos & clicks) y acciones en el teclado para que puedas generar una macro que te permita reproducir las acciones grabadas!
Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista; Intel Pentium, Celeron, AMD or compatible processor; .NET FrameWork3.50
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* Records all mouse (strokes, clicks, scrolls, etc.) and keyboard activity.
* Supports the use of hotkeys for recording and playback.
* Allows user to manually edit the macro after it has been recorded.
* Allows user to export macro to standalone EXE file.
* Allows user to playback macro slower or faster than normal pace and to repeat playback X amount of times.
* Has a few bugs.
* Mouse activity is based off coordinates instead of program/window recognition.
* Impractical means of editing macros.
* No help file.
Do It Again
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Ashraf "forgot" to mention:
* Needs the .NET framework installed - that makes it from the beginning less or unportable.
Over years, on occasion, I tried out a lot of automation tools; what I found again and again - even with the better ones: why should anyone be content with such limited capacities of those tools. compared to "AutoIt" or/and "AutoHotkey"? :
Most average users will soon be disaponted about "faults" by such software - not realzing that only the startup point was not controlled (is a window really open; is not menu item selected; etc. etc.)
More experiend users want more power: abilities to test and controll situations etc. And those needs cant be satisfied with the limitations of such a tool.
Finally: its so easy to carry along an old and very small version of AutoHotkey (just about 100 K !!!) and "your" macros, which will be sufficient for allmost all situation - unlike today´s giveaway.
Even better: Just run macros (.ahk - or "compiled" standalone .exe) and end everything when the job is done: No crap that permanently occupies your valuable memory.
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Ashraf is right: Mouse activity is based off coordinates instead of program/window recognition.
I did a funny thing with it :). Started Explorer and then started recording the macro. Browsed to my e-book location, opened the book and navigated some pages and then closed and stopped the recording.
Now I simply closed the Explorer and played the macro: it moved the mouse cursor on the Windows coordinates but there was nothing to find.
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PERFECT MACRO RECORDER 2.0
I downloaded and installed Perfect Macro Recorder 2.0 under Windows XP SP2, and it works quite well though is a bit slow compared to AutoHotKey, version 1.0.48.05 - www.autohotkey.com - my current mouse click saver, software that I have been using for about a year.
For comparison, I chose mouse clicks associated with executing Windows XP's CHKDSK from the desktop starting with the My Computer icon. For me, this is an 11 mouse click routine.
While PMR 2.0's strokes are 100% accurate, it is notably slower than AHK. However, while AHK works perfectly on about a dozen other mouse clicking process, it occasionally fails to perform the CHKDSK routine and that is why I am looking to replace it.
DO IT AGAIN 1.6
In addition to testing Perfect Macro Recorder 2.0, pursuant to Ashraf's recommendation, I downloaded Do It Again and compared it to AutoHotKey.
I downloaded and installed Do It Again 1.6 (a version released in December 2007) under Windows XP SP2.
For comparison, once again, I chose mouse clicks associated with executing Windows XP's CHKDSK from the desktop starting with the My Computer icon. For me, this is an 11 mouse click routine.
While DIA 1.6's strokes are 100% accurate, it is EXTREMELY SLOW. In fact, it is so slow that I can perform the same clicks manually in less than 1/2 the time. Otherwise, it works as described.
On a side note, I find it FUNNY that DIA's website has the word "tornado" in it. Given my experience, perhaps "molasses" would be more appropriate.
Do It Again 1.6 - - due to its EXTREMELY SLOW pace, I have deleted DIA 1.6 (and all of its entrails) from my PC.
Perfect Macro Recorder 2.0 - - I shall be keeping PMR 2.0 and continuing to test it against AutoHotKey with hopes of replacing it someday.
Thanks for this opportunity Perfection Tools Software and GAOTD staff,
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BTW, Ashraf's recommended Free Alternative Do it again is failing with same issue, i.e. Mouse activity is based off coordinates instead of program/window recognition., however seems to be working better.
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