[dba-Tech] Old style macro program

Stuart McLachlan stuart at lexacorp.com.pg
Sat Mar 6 18:00:41 CST 2004

On 6 Mar 2004 at 16:07, Arthur Fuller wrote:

> Does anyone know of an old-style macro program that works in Windows
> environments? By old-style I don't mean the oldest style (i.e. ASM
> macros, but the DOS-era style like ProKey and similar).
> I installed WinKey but so far as I can see all it does is Windows
> commands. I want a ProKey-style program that can let me define a key to
> type 100 keystrokes, wait for input, then type 100 more keystrokes. A
> cursory look at WinKey suggests it is not intended for this purpose.
> Any suggestions, folks?
It may be worth taking a look at HoeKey  from 

"HoeKey lets you assign most keys on your keyboard to many different 
actions. You set this up in a config file."
Get quick user input
The results of the user input goes into the variable %u, for later 
usage by Run, or MsgBox, or whatever.
Playback keystrokes. Optional Delay in milliseconds"

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