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  • Manage the delays between keystrokes http://winautomation.com/kb/manage-delays-between-keystrokes Home Features Download Purchase Support Company Manage the delays between keystrokes Latest Knowledge Base Articles Delay Hints and Tips Keystroke Mouse and Keyboard Playback Speed Send Keys Manage the delays between Either you are using the Macro Recorder to record your keystrokes, or you manually drag and keystrokes drop the "Send Keys" action, sometimes you may need to change how fast the keystrokes are How do I import the jobs that I sent. WinAutomation provides you with 3 different tools to do that: created in WinAutomation v2? 1) Set Playback Speed ("Tools - Set Playback Speed" in the Job Designer window): This Represent the <Blank> and option allows you to control the playback speed of your recorded macros. You can choose <Space> in an expression whether you want to execute the actions that you recorded without internal delays or exactly How To - Automate Status as you recorded them. Updating on Twitter How To - Implement Autologin How To - Delete the first row from Text file Notify me via email when a scheduled job generates an error Speed up the image recognition process Run Executable from Network Share Send Keys - Use Modifiers How to use variables in file paths Notice that the "Set Playback Speed" option affects all recorded actions (including mouse movements and mouse clicks). Monitor Network Folders View All Articles 2) Delay Between Keystrokes Option ("Send Keys" action properties, "Delay between keystrokes" input): This option allows you to set a standard delay between all keystrokes in a single "Send Keys" action. For example, in the following action: 1 of 3 6/21/2009 9:06 PM
  • Manage the delays between keystrokes http://winautomation.com/kb/manage-delays-between-keystrokes there is a delay of 1000 miliseconds (=1 second) between the keystrokes. Practically this means that first, the key "T" will be sent, after 1 second the key "h", after another 1 second the letter "i" and so on. 3) Custom Delay Between Keystrokes: If you want to specify custom delays between various keystrokes in the "Send Keys" action, WinAutomation allows you to do so with a special notation: {Delay delayInMiliseconds}. For example, in the following action: 2 of 3 6/21/2009 9:06 PM
  • Manage the delays between keystrokes http://winautomation.com/kb/manage-delays-between-keystrokes there is a fixed delay of 1 second between every keystroke, but in addition to that, there is an extra 1 second delay between the "S" and "A" keystrokes. This means that there will be a 2 second delay between the first and the second keystrokes, and a 1 second delay between the rest. Average: Your rating: None Average: 5 (1 vote) SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Enter your email here... © 2005-2009 - Softomotive - All rights reserved 3 of 3 6/21/2009 9:06 PM