Using keystrokes, you can use ZenKEY to launch a program or bring it back into focus, open a document or Internet resource, resize or move a window, access utilities, control media players, issue system commands and simulate keystokes. You can assign any keystroke to perform these tasks, and create pop-up menus with often used commands that appear at the press of a button.
- Added support for using a wider range of Hotkeys, such as "PrtSc/SysRq", "Break/Pause" and more
- Fix an issue where if a search is being tested and ZenKEY is not running, the test failed
- Removed the "Google Map Search" - it did not work
- Fixed an issue that prevented keystroke sequences from being tested
- Added class exclusions to prevent Win8 UI ("Metro") app Windows from participating in "Auto-Window Transaparency"
Reviewing 2.4.3 (Sep 23, 2012)
Works fine (Win 7 64),clever app, highly customizable, although at first glance the only "keystroke" I can see is alt-space to brin up the zen menu, from there on it's mouse selection
Reviewing 1.5.1 (Sep 6, 2005)
Since there are no screenshots on the ZenKey website, I figure it must not have an interface. It supposedly does some of the same things any hotkey app will do. I'll stick with AutoHotkey.
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