Mac OS X 10.8 or later
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What Else Can Keyboard Maestro Do?
Launch any application at the touch of a key. Show applications, hide them, bring them to the front, all at your command.
Insert any kind of text using a Typed String or Hot Key trigger. Type the text or paste in styled text or images. Expand text to insert your name, address, logo, signature, whatever.
Use Text Tokens
Use all sorts of expressive tokens like today's date in any format, window positions, wireless networks, Safari document URL and much more.
Keyboard Maestro for macOS keeps a complete history of your clipboards, so you’ll never lose your clipboard again. Copy three things, then paste them all into another application.
Click the Mouse
Move, click, double click and drag, any button, optionally with modifiers anywhere on the screen or in a window, and more.
Resize, reposition, bring to front, close, zoom, minimize and more. Position windows exactly where you want them.
Menus and Buttons
Press a button, select a menu, and now you can show a menu leaving it open for you to select the desired item.
Play a specific song or playlist, play, pause or stop, rewind or fast forward, set the rating or the volume. And similarly for QuickTime Player.
Display macros in palettes (like toolbars) so you can easily select from a number of options. Make your own custom interfaces.
Show Keyboard Maestro how to do something. You can also record Quick Macros on the fly for immediate playback.
Open a file, folder, application, URL, system preference pane, the current Finder selection or even the CD tray.
The app can show notifications, display alerts, prompt for extra information, beep, speak, or play a sound.
Execute AppleScripts, or shell scripts like perl, python or ruby. Execute Automator workflows, or filter your clipboard with BBEdit Text Factories.
Built in Flow Control
Use While or Until loops, For Each loops, Repeat loops, If Then Else conditionals, Pause Until and other powerful constructs.
Move, copy, rename, trash, delete files. Read and write images and styled text in a variety of formats.
Screen capture, find an image on the screen, flip, rotate, resize, trim, crop images and even draw shapes and text.
Note: Requires 64-bit processor.