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An introduction to Keyboard macro 

Release times: 2018-09-18 11:01:20

As we know, a macro is a shortened version of a computer command which makes the computer carry out a set of actions. The main function of macro: multiple events could be triggered through one click. Now I will give some examples. 

Example 1: Press F (any keys can be set) to trigger 3 clicks, whose coordinates are as follows respectively, (800, 600), (900, 600), (1000, 600).

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 2: When you press F, the dot (800, 600) will be clicked automatically. When you release F, the dot (900, 600) will be clicked automatically.

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 3: Sliding settings.

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 4: Loop command. Keep pressing F to execute click events.

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 5: Long press event: 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 6: “key” command: Call the key that you have set. It will be easier to implement the combo. When you press 6, the skills of “E” and “W” will be released respectively and the direction of these skills follows your mouse. 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 7: “text” command: Chat with others through one key in Arena of Valor. Trigger the key “Enter” to open the chat window first, and then copy the words that you have set previously to the chat text-input box. 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Example 8: “switch-mouse” command: Show and hide the cursor in games like PUBG MOBILE. View the picture 1 below. Besides, please note that you need to drag the “Shoot-view” to LDPlayer if there is no keyboard mapping for it. For example, now there is no keyboard mapping for Rules of Survival, so you need to drag it first, as shown in picture 2 below. 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 
In 3D games, it can be used to press right button to change your view and then show your cursor after you release right button, as shown below. 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 


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Example 9: “mouse-lock” command: It is used to lock your mouse and so your cursor won’t be moved outside LDPlayer. 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 


The way to get the coordinates: when you hover your cursor over one dot, the coordinate of that dot will be showed in the bottom left corner of “Macro editor” automatically. (Only version 3.24 or higher has this function.) 

An introduction to Keyboard macro 

 

Many other functions can come true as long as you are imaginative. 





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