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KeyMacro is a multi-platform macro recorder with an easy to use graphical interface. You can record even the hottest hot keys in an easy and straightforward way. KeyMacro can create a variety of macros in multiple languages.

KeyMacro supports real-time recording of any keystrokes, mouse clicks, and window movements. You can store any sequence of actions in any language. Actions can be triggered by a hotkey, combination of keys, or by a shortcut. Actions can be triggered on the window, document, or screen level. KeyMacro supports both windowed and the standard desktop applications.

The program supports recording of combinations of Windows hotkeys or any other hotkeys. You can combine these hotkeys and store them in a macro for easy access. Macro recording is available both in real-time and batch mode.

Users can watch the sequence of actions in the sequence editing mode. They can edit the recorded actions or create new ones. When creating new actions, it is possible to edit the text in real-time, which is especially useful for creating short or long strings.

When recording, KeyMacro stores the action to a log file. The log file is optionally compressed and can be easily transferred to other computers for backup purposes. All the data about macros is stored in an XML format, which makes it possible to restore macros or create a new sequence from the data in the log file.

By using the built-in search tool, it is possible to find any action among existing macros. It is also possible to add actions to existing or new macros. You can preview the actions before actually recording them.

Strict application of rights and proper uninstallation of old version are highly recommended.

Working with your PC

* PC with at least 1 Gb RAM

* English language support

System requirements

Windows OS

For the best experience, Mac OS X Lion is required


Thank you very much for that wonderful program. It works great and was installed quickly.


Posted by Adam on 2012-01-07 20:21:26

Thank you for such a great utility! Works like a charm!

Posted by Martin on 2011-11-21 22:23:22

Yes, great program!

Posted by Rohan on 2011-11-18 11:49:09

Thanks for sharing a great free utility.

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Let you use hotkeys for selected windows and full screen captures. Program supports different Windows, including Internet Explorer. The timer can be set, allowing you to take a snapshot after a time period. Captures can be saved in GIF, BMP, ICO, PNG, JPG, or TIFF files.

Laravel query builder concatenate and group by query

I have a function to show the last 5 messages. It worked very well.
public function lastFive()
return $this->with(‘message’)->orderBy(‘message_timestamp’, ‘desc’)->limit(5)->get();

But now I’d like to add some extra logic to the query. I have the number of days between messages in the database, I also have the number of total messages and also I have a user id.
I want to show the messages for user x, of those that belong to the same days.
I’m trying to do something like this:
public function lastFive()
return $this->with(‘message’)->orderBy(‘message_timestamp’, ‘desc’)->groupBy(‘message.user’)->whereHas(‘date_of_last_message’, function($query) use ($days, $total) {
$query->where(‘days_between_messages’, $days);
$query->where(‘total_messages’, $total);

But it’s not working. Does anybody have any idea?


I think you have a problem in how you’re grouping by the user…
Instead of using this:
->whereHas(‘date_of_last_message’, function($query) use ($days, $total) {
$query->where(‘days_between_messages’, $days);
$query->where(‘total_messages’, $total);

You should use this:
->whereHas(‘date_of_last_message’, function($query) use ($days, $total) {
$query->where(‘days_between_messages’, $days

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