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Speech Recognition and Macros for Linux

Recently I have been working on a little project involving speech recognition in Windows, I used the Windows Speech Recognition software that comes pre-installed and also the Windows Speech ...
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How to Save a File with a Filename Using a TimeCode in Linux

I'm on a tablet pc (Lenovo X60) so my keyboard is not available all (most) of the time, AND I'm trying out Linux Mint instead of Windows. The main thing I'm missing is my AutoHotKey :( I need to ...
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Use keys for mouse buttons on linux. Alternative to AHK?

On windows I have an autohotkey script which: Only works when caps lock is on Generates left, middle and right mouse button events when left control, menu and alt keys are pressed Allows holding the ...
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Remapping key combinations (custom macros in linux)

I'm not sure at which layer this functionality would have to exist, so I'm just tagging this for my own stack. In my specific case, I'd really like to map the [Function Key]-J key combination to the ...
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380 views

How to invoke the macro OpenOffice Writer in Linux command?

How to invoke the macro OpenOffice Writer in Linux command when the document is loaded?
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Capturing and parsing xterm cut buffer in emacs

I'd like to make an indirect control for Emacs (in Ubuntu Linux) so that I can swipe some text in an xterm with the cursor, cutting it into the X cut buffer, then run a macro in Emacs to parse the ...