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Is there any way to record a keyboard macro in the IDE?

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/22

Yes there is, but it only does code editor commands. It’s been there since at least 1998 (read Delphi 4), probably all 32-bit versions and maybe even the 16-bit Delphi 1 version.



PS: the G+ thread at … had these comments:

Ondrej Kelle
Reminds me of my keyboard macro manager, later adopted by GExperts: [WayBack] 19145 Keyboard macro manager

Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch)
… which I recently extended to actually display and edit those macros.

[WayBack] Edit keyboard macros with the Macro Library expert – twm’s blog

One Response to “Is there any way to record a keyboard macro in the IDE?”

  1. rvelthuis said

    And I have used them quite often, especially when converting API headers, because they make it so easy to change similar code line by line by line, e.g. to convert a large constant array from C to Pascal syntax, etc.

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