admin

How to resize an image

Programming Comments Off on How to resize an image
Oct 312018

In Automatic Mouse and Keyboard, you can use the function ScaleImage to resize an image.
Scale Image

And you can download the sample from ScaleImage.zip

Use SendString to type text

Mouse Keyboard Comments Off on Use SendString to type text
Sep 062018

The function SendString allows you to type text in a Edit without keyboard simulation.
SendString

And you can download the sample from SendString.amk

How to use the Goto Label command

Programming Comments Off on How to use the Goto Label command
Jul 242018

To use the Goto Label command, you need to use the Insert Label command to insert a label first.
Insert Label

Then you can use the Goto Label command to goto the label.
Goto Label

You can download the sample from Goto.amk

How to find files

Uncategorized Comments Off on How to find files
Jun 202018

In Automatic Mouse and Keyboard, you can use CreateFileFinder and FindNexFile to find files.
Find Files

You can download the sample from find_file.amk

Download a file with the new function UrlDownloadToFile

Uncategorized Comments Off on Download a file with the new function UrlDownloadToFile
Apr 282018

With the latest version of Automatic Mouse and Keyboard, you can download a file easily. Just call the function UrlDownloadToFile.
UrlDownloadToFile

You just need to set the URL and the Destination File or Destination Directory.
UrlDownloadToFile Test

Generate a random password with the function RandomString

Uncategorized Comments Off on Generate a random password with the function RandomString
Mar 142018

With the function RandomString, you can generate a random string. So you can use it to generate a random password.
RandomString

If the argument Charset is Empty, then RandomString will use the default charset which contains all letters and all digits.
Random Password

You can download the sample from RandomPassword.amk.

Use function WaitClipboardText to wait until the clipboard text changed

Uncategorized Comments Off on Use function WaitClipboardText to wait until the clipboard text changed
Feb 142018

Now Automatic Mouse and Keyboard has a new function WaitClipboardText. You can use it to wait until the clipboard text changed.

WaitClipboardText
If the argument Timeout is 0, then WaitClipboardText will wait indefinitely. When the user copied some text, then the clipboard text will change and WaitClipboardText will return the text which has been copied.

Wait Clipboard Text
It is just easy to use.

Loop until the picture disappears

Uncategorized Comments Off on Loop until the picture disappears
Sep 202017

This post tells you how to create a infinite loop until the specified picture is not visible on the screen.

Click the loop button to insert a For Loop.
For Loop

Check the option “Infinite Loop“, then click “OK”.
Infinite Loop

Click the “if” button and click “If Image Found” to insert a Search Picture command with If Else statement into the For Loop.
If Image Found

Click the loop button again and insert a Exit Loop command between Else and End If.
Exit Loop

Loop until the picture disappears

Enter multiple values with InputPara

Uncategorized Comments Off on Enter multiple values with InputPara
Jul 112017

In Automatic Mouse and Keyboard, you can use the function InputBox to enter a single value. But if you want to enter multiple values, you can call the function InputPara. Each value can have a name, you can get each value with its name.
InputPara

You can download the sample from InputPara.amk.

Debug run the script in Automatic Mouse and Keyboard

Uncategorized Comments Off on Debug run the script in Automatic Mouse and Keyboard
Jun 142017

Now you can debug run the script in Automatic Mouse and Keyboard. You need to make sure you have already upgraded Automatic Mouse and Keyboard to the latest version 5.4.2.6.

Click the Menu “Tools“, then click “Debug Run“.
Debug Run

Set the Debug Options, then click “OK“.
Debug Options

In the debug window, you can debug run the script step by step with Step Into and Step Over. The default Step Into hotkey is F7, and the default Step Over hotkey is F8. Press the Step Into/Step Over hotkey when the debugger paused the script, you can run the script step by step. Move mouse over a variable, you can see the value of the variable.
View Variable Value

With this step by step run feature, you can easily find the bug of your script and then fix it.

© 2018 RobotSoft Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha