How to Automate Your Tasks with ReMouse Standard 3.4
If you are looking for a simple and effective way to automate your repetitive tasks on your computer, you might want to try ReMouse Standard 3.4. ReMouse is a software that lets you record and play back your keyboard and mouse actions, and save them as script files for later use. You can use ReMouse to create macros, automate games, web browsing, data entry, testing, and more.
In this article, we will show you how to use ReMouse Standard 3.4 to record and play back your actions, and how to customize your scripts with the built-in action wizard editor. We will also compare ReMouse Standard 3.4 with other editions of ReMouse, and tell you where to download it.
How to Record and Play Back Your Actions with ReMouse Standard 3.4
ReMouse Standard 3.4 is very easy to use. Here are the steps to record and play back your actions:
Download and install ReMouse Standard 3.4 from the official website[^1^].
Launch ReMouse Standard 3.4 and click the Recording button on the main interface.
Perform the actions that you want to automate on your computer. You can use any keyboard and mouse inputs, such as typing, clicking, scrolling, dragging, etc.
When you are done, click the Stop button or press the hotkey (F8 by default) to stop recording.
Click the Playback button or press the hotkey (F9 by default) to replay your recorded actions.
If you want to save your recorded actions as a script file, click the Save button or press Ctrl+S. You can name your script file and choose a location to save it.
That's it! You have just created your first macro with ReMouse Standard 3.4. You can run your script file anytime by double-clicking it or by using the Run button on ReMouse Standard 3.4.
How to Customize Your Scripts with the Action Wizard Editor
If you want to edit your recorded actions or add more features to your scripts, you can use the Action Wizard Editor on ReMouse Standard 3.4. The Action Wizard Editor is a graphical interface that lets you modify your scripts without any programming experience. You can access the Action Wizard Editor by clicking the Edit button on ReMouse Standard 3.4 or by right-clicking on your script file and choosing Edit.
The Action Wizard Editor has four tabs: General, Mouse, Keyboard, and Advanced. Here are some of the things that you can do with each tab:
General: You can change the name and description of your script file, set a hotkey to start or stop your script, adjust the playback speed and repeat times of your script, and enable or disable sound effects.
Mouse: You can edit the mouse actions in your script, such as changing the coordinates, buttons, clicks, scrolls, delays, etc. You can also add new mouse actions or delete existing ones.
Keyboard: You can edit the keyboard actions in your script, such as changing the keys, modifiers, presses, releases, delays, etc. You can also add new keyboard actions or delete existing ones.
Advanced: You can add more advanced features to your script, such as conditional statements (if-then-else), loops (while-do), variables (set-get), commands (run-wait), messages (show-hide), etc.
After editing your script with the Action Wizard Editor, you can save it and run it as usual.
How to Compare ReMouse Standard 3.4 with Other Editions of ReMouse
ReMouse Standard 3.4 is one of the three editions of ReMouse available for download[^1^]. The other two editions are ReMouse Micro 5.3 and ReMouse Express 5.0. Here are some of the differences between them: