Quick Macros – automation software for Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/11.
- User interface automation, launching programs, file management, text processing, custom dialogs, internet functions, web page automation, Excel automation, database/XML/CSV functions, regular expressions, VBScript, C#.
- Many triggers, including hotkeys, mouse, window, autotext, scheduler, toolbars and menus.
- Records keyboard and mouse actions.
- Captures, finds and clicks web page objects, other UI objects, on-screen images and text.
- Programming language with functions, classes, full dll/API/COM support.
- You can create programs for various purposes. Run in Quick Macros or as exe files.
Quick Macros has a programming language and a code editor. It allows you to automate very complex tasks, as well as to create macros and programs for other purposes.
Conditional execution (if), repeat, variables, functions, classes, error handling and other programming features.
Many text processing functions. Regular expressions.
Custom dialogs. Dialog editor.
Windows API, COM, other dlls, C#, VB.NET, VBScript, C.
Some other features
Convert macros to programs (exe files) that can run on computers without QM.
Add custom toolbars to windows. Auto-hide toolbars. Custom popup menus.
Text autocompletion or replacement as you type an abbreviation in any application.
Macro code editor with syntax highlighting. Information features. Debugging.
Run QM from a USB drive as a portable app.
Run macros on other network computers.
Extend QM. Add new functions, classes, triggers, use various libraries.
QM 22.214.171.124 (2021-08-22)
- Fixed: In QM 126.96.36.199 does not work “Run in separate process” when the file is qmm.
QM 188.8.131.52 (2021-08-09)
- Fixed: Ctrl+Alt+key trigger key cannot be repeated without releasing modifiers if in current keyboard layout the right Alt key is the same as Ctrl+Alt.
QM 184.108.40.206 (2021-03-10)
- Removed process UAC property uiAccess when running as administrator (was Administrator+uiAccess, now just Administrator). Also it is not recommended to use “Run as uiAccess” in Options. Because Windows has too many bugs with it. Because of this change, some (rare) code in macros may behave differently.
- Fixed: mouse commands in some cases set wrong cursor position when moving to another monitor.
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