Some quick examples on how AlomWare Toolbox can enhance your work
Go to the Automation tab, and click the Action Wizard button at top-left. Select Type of block of text from the sub-menu.
Enter the text that you wish to be typed from the hotkey. This can be a single line or a block of text. Click OK when entered.
Enter a descriptive name for the action, and click OK.
Click the hotkey button (1), and set a hotkey (2). Click OK, and then just press that hotkey in future to type your text in any app.
Go to the Automation tab, and click the Action Wizard button at top-left. Select Replace typed text from the sub-menu.
Enter the NEW text that you wish to be auto-typed when typing shortcut text. This can be a single line or a block of text. Click OK when entered.
Enter the OLD text that will trigger the NEW text to be typed, and click OK.
Typing the OLD text will now replace it with the NEW text, no matter which app you're using at the time.
Middle-click the icon (or top-left corner) of the window that you wish to tweak.
Select the Always on top item from the Power menu that appears.
The window will now stay on top of all others. Note: You can keep any window on top by pressing a hotkey if you prefer.
Select the Opening state sub-menu from the Power menu that appears, and choose the opening type that you prefer.
Select the matching window title option, and whether you want to type keystrokes or run an action when the window opens.
Select the When closed sub-menu from the Power menu that appears, and choose the alert type or closing action desired.
If the alert or closing action requires more information, such as a DOS command or message text, enter it now.
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