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Keyboard And Mouse Recorder 2.1
May 06, 2003 06:35AM
Contributed by:
http://alphaomega.software.free.fr
Download: 1M Stuffit Archive

Keyboard And Mouse Recorder allows you to record and replay keyboard keystrokes, mouse movements and mouse clicks.

- You can record your keyboard keystrokes, mouse movements and mouse clicks.
- You can save the record to disk in a file for later use.
- You can load a previously saved record from disk.
- You can play the record in loop as many times as needed.
- It takes very little memory, CPU and disk space.
- It doesn't need any installation which makes it very easy to use.
- It is available in English and in French.
- It is compatible with Extended Software Updater.
Read the whole documentation for more details...

Version 2.1:
- A bug preventing to load records from the disk has been corrected.
- A bug preventing to loop has been corrected.
- A bug preventing to remember preferences has been corrected.


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