0.90.4 / May 31, 2012
|Type||GUI Automation utility|
AutoKey is a text expansion/replacement utility for Linux and X11. It is heavily inspired by the commercial Windows software 'PhraseExpress'. It receives keyboard events using one of several methods and uses X events to drive the expansions. AutoKey can be used to replace abbreviations with full phrases, and also to correct spelling mistakes and other typographical errors. AutoKey is known to operate under both the GNOME and KDE desktop environments.
- Automator (for Macintosh)
- iMacros for Firefox
- Xnee, a program that can be used to record and replay test.
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