Key Scripter listens to key press/release events from a keyboard or a mouse and sends fake key events to an X display. It supports gaming keypads such as the Nostromo SpeedPad and allows the creation and usage of complicated key scripts for games and other applications.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools Hardware Utilities Games/Entertainment|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: An example set of working scripts for several games was added. The manual was updated to include a description of all supported features.
Release Notes: This release contains two bugfixes and minor code cleanup to avoid compiler warnings.
Release Notes: This release contains a couple of minor bugfixes and an improved example configuration. The development status of Key Scripter is now stable.
Release Notes: Key Scripter can now detect multiple keystrokes pressed one after another. Scripts can now make use of the new if/else command and boolean variables. Several other new commands and enhancements have also been implemented.
Release Notes: This release can read multiple input devices in parallel. Command line parameters allow specifying multiple input devices.