1.1 Macros and actions
What is a macro? - A macro is a set of commands to perform a task.
Typically many commands are repetitive and monotonous. A macro lets
you run these repetitive actions with a single keystroke.
What is an action? - Hot Keyboard defines an action as what gets
done by one macro, such as "open a web page", "execute a program",
"type text" and others.
Hot Keyboard lets you create macros of different action types and
assign each macro to its own hot key so it can be executed quckly. In
addition, each macro can be set to run automatically on its own
schedule. Hot Keyboard provides a very flexible and powerful
scheduler that you can use very much to your advantage
Once you create your macros Hot Keyboard hides itself in the system
tray and works in the background. When you press a hot key to run one
of your macros Hot Keyboard remains invisible while it performs the
action you want.