We have made some significant enhancements to the program. The most noticeable is the new look and feel to the program. Some of the other enhancements are listed below.
- We have added many new scheduling options for the playback of macros. Virtually any type of schedule can be established.
- The number of hotkeys available for use has increased to over 700 different combinations.
- Several new Wait commands were added to help with the playback timing of a macro. These commands instruct the macro to wait until a window appears, wait until a window loses focus, wait for text to play back or wait for a web page to completely load before continuing with the macro.
- A new date/time format command has been added to allow you to create your own formats.
- The new web site command allows you to easily load your browser and go to a specific Web page.
- The recycle bin allows you to save any deleted macros for a period of time. If you decide at a later date that you would like to use that macro again, you can restore it from the Keyboard Express Recycle Bin. Or you can periodically empty the recycle bin of all discarded macros.
- It is possible when typing back long strings of text that the Keyboard Buffer may overflow. The text is trying to play back too fast. Keyboard Express has a new Text Type delay setting. This is a global setting for all of your macros that play back text. By setting this option, you won’t need to adjust the speed of each individual macro that plays back longer strings of text.
- A Macro Run command has been added. This allows one macro to call another so that you can string macros together.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when the user clicked on the icon in the system tray while capturing a macro.