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Startly Technologies QuicKeys-tuoteperhe

Startly Technologies develops personal and productivity software that saves time and effort for countless Windows and Macintosh users worldwide. We are dedicated to providing solutions that are reliable, easy to use, and designed with both the expert and novice user in mind.

What is QuicKeys?

QuicKeys is software that makes it easier to use your computer. With QuicKeys you can automate common things you do all the time. And you can automate tedious things you don't do all the time — things that are hard to remember.

With QuicKeys 4 doe Macf OS X you can automate your computer in two ways: Abbreviations and Shortcuts. Abbreviations, which are new in QuicKeys 4, are words you type into a document that are then automatically replaced by QuicKeys with longer text. Shortcuts are collections of one or more steps that perform specific tasks on your computer.

Make a New Record
Shortcuts are the main way you automate your computer using QuicKeys. Shortcuts are very powerful, but are super easy to make. That's because QuicKeys can make them for you by recording practically anything you can do. All you have to do is tell QuicKeys when to start recording and when to stop recording. QuicKeys will then make a new Shortcut containing steps that reproduce your actions.

Of course, if you want you can always create and edit Shortcuts by hand. You can even edit your recorded Shortcuts later if you want to have them do something different.

One Small Step…
Like we said, Shortcuts are collections of one or more steps. The steps in a Shortcut are the heart of what QuicKeys does. Each step in a Shortcut performs a specific task to do something on your computer.

Some examples are typing text, opening an application, clicking a button, or making a menu selection. For virtually anything you can do on your computer there is a QuicKeys step or a combination of steps that can do the same thing. Let's Get it Started!
When you want to use a Shortcut, you run it using a Trigger. The most common Trigger is a Hot Key. A Hot Key is simply a key on your computer keyboard that you press (with or without modifiers) that then triggers a Shortcut. You can set the Hot Keys that trigger your Shortcuts to whatever you want.

QuicKeys also includes many other types of Triggers. Some of the other types of Triggers include Day & Time and Speech recognition.

Life's Better After a QuicKey
So that, in brief, is what QuicKeys is all about. If you want to explore QuicKeys some more, download the fully functional free trial and try it out.

If you want to chat with other QuicKeys users, stop by the Startly Community online forums. There you will find how-to discussions and questions asked and answered by fellow QuicKeys users.

QuicKeys 4 for Mac OS X System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard - 10.6 Snow Leopard, not yet Lion 10.7 compatible
  • Product activation and some features require an Internet connection.
  • Some features require an iPhone or iPod touch with QuicKeys Anywhere app installed.

QuicKeys 4 for Mac OS X is the latest to its award winning productivity software for Apple's Mac OS X. With over 60 new features, version 4 of QuicKeys for Mac OS X is the most powerful and most useful version ever. New features include Abbreviations, Web Actions, MIDI triggers, and the QuicKeys Online service.

QuicKeys is "the hands-down, golden lock, world's finest, unbeaten macro and automation program..." said Rich Levin, host, PC Talk Radio. David Pogue, New York Times, says "QuicKeys is also the only macro program I found that can perform my favorite stunt of all: it can turn the tilde key... into a left-handed Delete key, so you can leave your right hand on the mouse..."

QuicKeys X3 includes numerous improvements and new features that make QuicKeys more versatile and powerful than ever.

QuicKeys X3 New Features

  • Newly updated for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, but still works with Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger.
  • New Automator action lets you play QuicKeys shortcuts from inside Apple's Automator allowing you to automate things that cannot normally be controlled from Automator.
  • Support for new keys on the Apple 2007 aluminum keyboards has been added including new f-keys and media keys.
  • New Advanced User Interface preference lets users scale the QuicKeys experience whether they are novice or pro users.
  • QuicKeys Wait actions now have a new timeout feature. This feature lets QuicKeys work even better when running unattended.
  • The QuicKeys Playback Palette can now be set to show only for specific shortcuts providing more customization of QuicKeys and less screen clutter.
  • Plus many other updates and improvements.

QuicKeys X3 for Mac OS X System Requirements

  • QuicKeys X3 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

About QuicKeys Products
Eddy Award winner for "Best Productivity Utility," recipient of a Four-Mouse rating from Macworld and one of Computer America's Top Ten Utilities of all time, QuicKeys is a personal productivity tool designed to eliminate repetitive and time-consuming computing tasks for Macintosh and Windows users alike.

QuicKeys 3 for Windows XP

QuicKeys 3 for Windows XP offers flexible, yet powerful tools that redefine the way you use your PC. It takes the daily tasks that would normally require you five… six… twenty or more steps and turns them into simple one step shortcuts.

Automate anything from launching programs to selecting menus to typing text to controlling windows. Whatever you do, however many steps, QuicKeys saves you time and increases your productivity.

How does it work?

QuicKeys performs shortcuts that automate the computer tasks you do each day. Shortcuts can be created manually, using the QuicKeys Editor or automatically using the recording feature. You can scope your shortcut to play within a specific application or all applications. Trigger your shortcuts with a simple hot key, toolbar button, custom menu selection or timer and you'll be working smarter, faster, better.

What can QuicKeys do for me?

Once you simplify your daily computer tasks with QuicKeys, the benefits are obvious. With QuicKeys installed on your PC, those routine, repetitive, time-consuming tasks you do all day long can be automated with a single keystroke or mouse-click.

Tasks that took minutes take seconds. Jobs that took 15 steps, take one. Add it all up. At the end of the day you’ll have saved a lot of precious time… so you can spend more time on the really important things in life.

QuicKeys for Windows System Requirements

  • Windows XP or Server 2003 or newer
  • 128MB of RAM
  • Internet Explorer 5.5 or newer
  • 20MB of hard disk space
  • Certain features enhanced by an Internet connection
QuicKeys 5.0 for Mac

QuicKeys can best be described as a global macro program. You can use QuicKeys to create simple one-step macros such as key commands for menu items, or for typing canned text. You can also use QuicKeys to record a series of steps and play them back. Finally, you can write macro programs with QuicKeys alone or in conjunction with AppleScript, Frontier, and applications with their own scripting language such as FileMaker Pro and Panorama.

Using QuicKeys

You access most functions from a global menu at the right of the menu bar. The first three items activate the QuicKeys Editor (which supports the creation and organization of macros), QuicKeys Setup Assistant (which walks you through the creation of simple macros), and QuickReference Card (which displays a screen summarizing QuicKeys own and your universal Shortcuts and their triggers).

QuicKeys can immensely improve your productivity by providing alternative methods of doing simple tasks and automated methods of completing repetitive tasks. Users can customize nearly all applications with QuicKeys instead of learning each application’s customization protocols (if any). For applications with multiple toolbars, you can deactivate most of them and substitute personalized QuicKeys Toolbars and keystroke triggers. QuicKeys can make many Mac OS functions simpler: changing printers, changing networking and communication protocols, adjusting monitor and speaker settings, etc.

QuicKeys works with nearly every application, making it more versatile than (or a useful adjunct to) AppleScript or Frontier. I often combine AppleScript and QuicKeys when I work with applications that are not Open Scripting Architecture-compliant (or that only support the minimal required set of scripting commands).

QuicKeys 5.0 for Mac System Requirements

  • Power Mac with Mac OS 8.5 or later.

People who use Macintosh computers for a wide variety of tasks (especially long, repetitive ones) and who do not own QuicKeys should buy it immediately.

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