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I am thinking of writing one up but i'll ask first.

Are there any apps that will do keystrokes to an application via an input file? i have a list of 1400 keystrokes i need to do. Basically its 4 numbers a right click, down arrow a few times and enter. I generated the input file so i can easily regenerate it in a way the macro app wants. What app can i use?

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Which Operating System? – therefromhere Jan 7 '10 at 21:37
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If you're in Windows you should be able to create an AutoHotkey script that incorporates your keystrokes.

Plus, assign a hotkey, watch for events like a specific window being opened, etc.

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For BSD/Linux Xnee will do that.

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