User manual



Tool bar


Sequence list


Voice control

Important tip


First, it is important to say that applications are not smarter than you, yet. It is good to think about every step of what you want to achieve to avoid doing more harm than good to yourself or someone else.

This application is based on very simple but powerful principle that records your computer activity at any time of your choice. These records you can then play, edit, or combine. This way you can compile your own custom robots for every specific situation.

The first thing that a new user sees is this welcome window:

welcome panel

Here, either a new user or a clean install user can create a new file that essentially serves as a project which can be shared with others, edited by external programs, etc. In the welcome window, you can thus find the option to create and open a file. On the right side is a list of recently opened files, which is updated every time you launch the application. The app saves files to .db format, which is a Sqlite 3 database file that can be very easily viewed or edited e. g. using application SQLiteStudio

Tool bar

main panel

The first thing I will demonstrate is going to be the basic functioning of the graphical interface that consists of the main toolbar and tray icon on the windows taskbar. The application can be switched on by a double-click of a desktop shortcut or with .bat (whether with a double-click or through cmd) in the installation directory. After the start of the application, the interface is always displayed in the left corner of the screen.

To exit the application, right-click either the core button core button or the tray icon and select “End application.” As you may notice, right-clicking brings up a context menu where you will find options to open an existing file or create a new one, open the user manual, and quit or minimize the app.

Now I am going to demonstrate the functioning of the core button on the toolbar. The core button can be used for navigation between panels and for changing location of the graphical interface on the screen.

For relocation of the graphical interface just click on the core button with the left button and drag. You can notice that the interface changes its orientation when it is moved to the other side of the screen.

If you click on the core button once with the left button, the graphical interface minimalizes just into the size of the core button. You can still move the interface location in this minimized mode. However, it is only possible to minimize the user interface from the main toolbar. When displaying any other panel, the core button works as a return button to the main toolbar.

You can hide the interface on the screen completely using the tray icon on the windows taskbar. When you click on the icon with the left button of the mouse, the graphic interface disappears and with after another click it reappears again.


sequence panel

In this app, a sequence is a term for a file that contains the record of your activity on your computer.

Recording is started by this button: recording button.

When the recording starts, the buttons for recording keyboard and mouse activity appear. Using these buttons, it is possible to determine at what moment the application should record the activity of the corresponding device. If the recording is active, the button will turn black.

The recording of both devices can be paused with a repeated click on keyboard recording button or mouse recording button, the recording can be resumed with the same buttons. If recordings of both devices are stopped, the application still waits for a command to resume recording or to stop completely.

The application does not record the access to the graphical user interface using mouse and keyboard.

recording mode

As for the mouse, it is possible to record pressing and releasing of left and right button and scrolling using wheel. The keyboard also records pressing and releasing of keys and keyboard shortcuts.

You can end the recording completely by interrupting the recording with the button with the cross, although the recording will not save, or you can save the recording using the button with the floppy disk.

All the saved recordings are accessible in the expandable list of sequences which expands when clicking on the arrow.

The sequence toolbar also includes a branching button: branching button. By this tool you can choose a certain area on your screen, and after verifying that the selected area is in fact on the screen, subsequently determine which action or previously recorded sequence is made. This condition will be saved to the list of sequences and its next use will be identical with the use of the sequence.

The branching/branch out button, a tool for selecting an area on the screen, is activated by a click. You can choose the area simply by clicking the left mouse button and dragging. The size of the selected area can be adjusted by clicking it at any border and dragging. Click and drag again at a different spot for selecting another area. To confirm the selection, press Enter, and for cancellation press Esc. The confirmation will open a window with two filterable lists of sequences.

branching setting

The first list is meant for selection of the sequence which will start if the verification was successful. Besides from the recorded sequence the list contains an option for ending a running sequence and options for left or right click in the middle of the selected area.

The second list is for choosing an alternative just in case if the selected area was not found on the screen. There is an option for ending the running sequence.

This window also contains a check box, situated under the second list, by which you can regulate if you want to search the selected area in the same place or on the whole screen.

By the spin box under the check box, it is possible to adjust the percentage threshold of the verification accuracy. The application accepts a value from 10% to 100%. When adjusting the percentage threshold from the default 100%, it is necessary to verify the result, because the lower the value, the more likely an error can occur.

To save these settings and adjustments, press the “Confirm” button.

Click on the watcher button button to run the screen watcher. With this tool, you can select an area on the screen and then determine which action or previously recorded sequence to replay as long as the selected area is displayed on your monitor, either in the same location or anywhere on the screen.

The watcher tool basically works similarly to the branching tool, except that it does the action repeatedly and not just once. So, as with the branching tool, just click the watcher button button, select an area on the screen and set the behavior.

Sequence list

sequence list panel

Sequence list is a panel, from which you can run and manage the sequences. This panel is displayed by clicking the button with the arrow icon on the panel for recording sequences.

If you already have a sequence on the list, just select it and click the play button to play it. The sequence will be run/ran in the same form that you have recorded it, meaning there will be the same delays between individual clicks and presses of keys. When running the sequence of your choice, there will be buttons on the panel just for pausing and terminating.

running sequence mode

I advise inexperienced creators not to use the control device with which the footage was created while the task is running. However, if you’re up to it and think things through, you’ll see that the app can be a very useful tool whether it’s for work or for fun.

By double-pressing Esc key you will pause the running sequence and, on the panel, will appear buttons for terminating, restarting, and resuming.

suspended running mode

After the run is terminated or finished, a panel with list of sequences will automatically appear on the interface.

The sequences can be run with its own delay. To do so, just enter numerical value from 0,001 to 9999 into the input field delay icon that is next to the button for running and after that, click on the sequence run button run button. The unit of this input field is a second and it is not necessary to add the unit to the numerical value. When writing a value with decimal point, it is possible to use a point instead of a comma.

The sequences can also be played in batches. In the input field repeats icon, enter a number of repeats (arbitrary whole-number values only, you cannot use decimals) and then click on the play button run button. If you enter an "INF" into the field instead of an integer value, the number of iterations will be infinite.

The number of repetitions and the delay between individual steps can be changed while the sequence is running.

To rename an item on the list, select the item and click on the button with the pencil icon rename button or press F2. Press Enter to confirm changes. If you want to terminate renaming your item, press Esc.

To remove a sequence from the list, select it and click on the button with the cross icon delete button or press DEL.


Console is a single-row input text field, through which it is possible to enter commands for the application and it can be found under the button console button on the main toolbar. Currently there are available commands only for running sequences and for manipulation with file system. The console remembers all previously entered commands. To scroll through this history of commands, use up and down arrow keys. Confirm the entered command using Enter.

You can only run a sequence by entering its name/title.

Manipulation with the file system requires command syntax, but only just a very simple one. It is not necessary to write the commands in upper-case letters or use prepositions as shown in the example below.

The application also contains shortcuts for directories in Windows’ user folder C:/Users/…, which are easy to use via the name of the folder.
For example, to create a new file hello_world.txt on desktop, just enter: create hello_world.txt on desktop
Of course, it is not necessary to use only shortcuts. The previous example is the equivalent for the following command: create hello_world.txt on C:\Users\sick-e\Desktop

Voice control

To use this component, it is necessary to have a microphone. You can use voice control to open created sequences. The speech recognition will be active after you click on the microphone icon microphone button on the main toolbar.

When activated, the icon will have a black color active microphone. Subsequently all you need to do is pronounce the name of your sequence.

To achieve the best results, it is important to rename the created sequences. Bear in mind that the more complicated the name of the sequence, the more likely the speech recognition will not be successful.

Important tip

While recording the sequences, you can use any other component (for example run a sequence, enter a command into the console, etc.). The use will be recorded and repeated after running, same as for the use of keyboard and mouse.