LSMacro v1.0.1

lintalist on 19 Aug 2017

LSMacro is a lightweight keyboard macro utility program that allows you to run programs, open URLs, do screen captures, or send key/mouse events to other programs with just a few keystrokes. Intuitive and easy to use, remaining in the System tray once macros are defined. Can create macro keys with Control, Shift, or Alt keys.

Note: The website is offline, a download mirror has been provided.

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System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder, in macrolist.lis file.
Dependencies: None
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the 7zip file and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch LSMacro.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: X-HotkeyP, TyperTask

7 comments on LSMacro  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

webfork 2010-03-03 14:41

I haven't tested this at length yet but already I can tell this is very simple and easy to use compared to many similar automation tools. Great for software testing or speeding up asinine computer tasks.

Abdullah Eyles 2011-04-04 14:35

If there was some kind of help it may be a useful program. No details of how to record Macros to start with.

V1.0.1

Prompt24 2015-07-11 09:38

please check it, the link is dead

v1.0.1

Billo255 2015-12-10 20:31

Both the Website and the Download links are dead. Not sure where to find the "direct download". "Note: The website is offline, so I have made it available for direct download.

v1.0.1

Midas 2015-12-11 21:29

@Billo255: that note was implying the "Download" link. We'll have to wait and see if anyone comes up with an alternative URL...

v1.0.1

Billo255 2015-12-14 00:51

@Midas - Thanks but still confused. I was thinking the note meant that it was being hosted by PFC but the download link goes off into limbo the same way the weblink to the authors site does. (or at least it did when I clicked on it a few days ago).

v1.0.1

Midas 2015-12-14 16:37

All those dead links never pointed to TPFC -- you can check the tooltip on mouse over, the explicit linking to TPFC is just a database device to launch the original URL. TPFC usually doesn't host any files...

v1.0.1

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