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you should back up the task where you are planning to change an event!
of event" window opens either when you edit events in the Table of
events in the professional view, or in case of a Replay failure
some event parameters. In this case, when the window
appears the offered parameter will "blink" (the font size will be changing).
If you choose to edit events through the Table to events, you can edit several events at once.
In the left hand upper
corner you can see the pictogram of a mouse, this means that this is a mouse
There are only two possible variants in the "Change of event" dialog box -
either a mouse event or a key stroke. A small pictogram to the
right shows the exact mouse or keyboard event. For example, this picture
shows a double left mouse button click.
The buttons "Previous"
and "Next" are made to move to any of these events in the table,
the events include
key strokes and mouse clicks. Mouse movements, pauses, smart controls are
If you check this box, AutoClickExtreme,
during Replay, will try to make the corresponding action, but if it fails (a
window is not found or blocked, etc.), the Replay will continue from the
next event. The box is automatically checked for "release" events - mouse or keyboard
button release. This is done, because a button
release is unimportant - the main thing is pressing of a button which should
child window parameters have identical elements: Title, Class name and
dropdown list, that regulates the degree of window search strictness. As you
know, in Windows OS all mouse and keyboard events are directed to definite
windows. These can be either main or child windows. Let's take a detailed
look at the calculator window. The entire window is the main window, where
child windows are placed like on a platform. That's why mouse clicks on the
buttons with numbers will be recorded in AutoClickExtreme with different
parameters of main and child windows. But a click between numbers will
belong only to the main window, and that's why in the "Change of event"
dialog box child window parameters will not be active.
window title - displays
(as a rule) text content of the window. For a main window this text content
fully coincides with what is written at the top of the window. A child window
title is often empty.
class name is usually
unique for each window.
the dropdown list which regulates the
degree of window search strictness by the title. In AutoClickExtreme there
is an advanced algorithm, which automatically defines how strict window
search by its title should be : "Exact coincidence" - to replay actions only
in a window with the fully coinciding title. "Smart search" - looks for a
title with a coinciding left part of the title (omitting characters from the
right one by one). "SS + search by the right part" - omits characters one by
one both from the right and from the left.
displays click coordinates counting from the left hand
upper corner. To understand where the click will be made press the button
- the mouse cursor will
be placed in that position.
Click coordinate may change during Replay, if a window changes its
position in comparison to the one during Record.
With the help of
you can set a random
vertical or horizontal variance
in click coordinates.
When you are setting this value the coordinate variance is defined by a
which shows a possible click range.
Waiting time - is a number of seconds for search of main and child windows
during Replay. This value may change automatically in case of a search failure,
if a window doesn't appear in time.
CPU shows general
usage during Record. On default, processor
is not important during Replay, but you
can change the settings in
AutoClickExtreme so, that it would control the Replay speed, and CPU
usage won't be higher than during Record.
here you can see the name of the
program, where clicks or key strokes were made. The button
starts this application.
Mouse movements are not editable. You can only delete them and record once
again if you need. Smart Control events should be edited through other