Computers are great and all that, but some tasks can get a bit boring if you have to do them every day. That's why it makes sense to install a macro recorder to perform these mundane activities for you - and JitBit's solution isn't a bad option. The application lets you record mouse click sequences, typing and the movement of the cursor on your screen for later use. Once these actions have been recorded they can be 'replayed' at any time and even compiled in an EXE file.
The program saves you a lot of time in filling out forms, generating information and performing maintenance tasks, and it's also good for creating presentations and video tutorials (although you can't export to different movie formats). However, the best thing about the app is its scripts, which allow you to program certain commands, such as launching programs or web pages, or even shutting down your PC without you having to record the action yourself.
When it comes to accessing the web, the app is a little cumbersome, but for general computing tasks JitBit Macro Recorder can be a real godsend.
- Play buttons are disabled if there are no commands in a macro
- Random delay event (the long awaited feature is finally here)
- Exit confirmation now properly prompts for unsaved macro
- Fixed the "failed to register hotkeys" message when hotkeys are set to "None", fixed the play-box text
- Saving an empty file - fixed
- Minor interface improvements