Automate your workflow by creating macros with this capable application that supports text, steps or trigger customization and features macro recording.
- Perfect Keyboard Free
- Version :9.0.0
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Pitrinec Software
Perfect Keyboard Free Description
Perfect Keyboard Free is a cross-platform utility built specifically for helping you create and record macros in order to avoid doing tasks repetitively.
It boasts a clean and straightforward interface that allows users to set up the dedicated parameters. Rookies may opt for a step-by-step approach, as they are offered guidance throughout the creation process.
You can generate a list with macros which can be configured in terms of name, description and simple text insertion or macros with commands. Plus, you can select the trigger type (keyboard, mouse, scheduled trigger or toolbar button) and assign the macro actions to a user-defined group.
The application gives users the possibility of creating multiple groups with support for subgroups as well, and picking the font style, size and color for macros, lists, descriptions and text shortcuts. You can run, delete or edit the selected macro, as well as perform tests to check for possible errors.
Furthermore, the program comes packed with macro recording capabilities and is able to capture keystrokes and mouse clicks, which can be saved and played later. Of course, you need to run the macro in the same window it was recorded, otherwise it may unwillingly trigger other actions.
Other important features worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to add macros from the Clipboard, import them from a plain text file, and export them to the same format.
Additionally, you can make the program play sound notifications when running a macro by uploading a local WAV file, pick the speed of the macro keystrokes, log the macro execution to a file, assign hotkeys for different tasks, and perform searches.
All in all, Perfect Keyboard Free offers many configurable settings for helping you create and record macros. On the downside, the entire process is not very intuitive, so you may spend some time trying to configure the commands.