Are you tired of repeatedly typing the same text over and over again?
- The custom email signature you only use for your close friends.
- The markdown snippet you use 5 times a day.
- The text emoji you like so much (/) (°,,,°) (/).
Beeftext is made for you. Define a combo - a short word that you are unlikely to type in a normal situation - and associate it with the long or complex text you often type. From now on, every time you type the combo, in any text area of any application that support copy/paste (99.9% of them do), the combo is automatically replaced with the substitution text you defined. And thanks to unicode encoding, this text can be in any language.
- Open Source.
- Available in a portable format in addition to the standard installer.
Tired of typing the same sentences over and over? Discover the incredible power of a full-blown text expander.
No more copy and pasting, create templates once and let Espanso do the rest for you. Customer support replies, sales pitches, medical reports, you name it. Espanso got you covered.
Every sentence, one search away
Don’t remember a shortcut? No worries. Just press ALT+Space and Espanso’s search bar will open, letting you search for the perfect snippet.
Dates, Emojis 🚀, and more...
Don’t wrap your head around dates. Espanso makes it easy to use them, both past and future ones. Bring emojis 🤠 in all your favorite apps, one shortcut away.
Extend Espanso’s capabilities with packages, or create your owns and share them with the community on the Espanso Hub. Need to insert mathematical notation? Or perhaps german accents? We got a package for them. We even got the shrug ¯_(?)_/¯
Shell and Script support
For advanced use-cases, you can extend Espanso’s snippets with shell commands or custom scripts. No more copy-pasting from the terminal, inject the output into applications directly.
Use forms to handle complex workflows, creating templates that can be reused with ease. You can even forward form values into custom scripts, opening up endless possibilities.
Clavier+ allows you to create global keyboard shortcuts for launching applications, opening folders, writing text and opening websites.
Create global shortcuts, available in all programs Fast program launching Fast text writing with a single keystroke Small and fast program: only one EXE of less than 100 Kb, no data in the Registry, setup program not required
This program also allows you to run commands and programs via keyboard shortcut. Save time and spelling errors with this small Desktop Tool for Windows.
- Very small program
- Insert text by hot-key-combo directly
- or open floating menus with custom hot-keys-combo
- paste menu-items with left-click
- Multiple commands as a selection (program starts) by hotkeys
- Arbitrary Windows shortcut
- Insert text with multiple lines.
- Launching programs from the command line (keyboard shortcut)
- Paste anything you type often
- Low CPU usage
AutoHotkey (AHK) is a free, open-source macro-creation and automation software for Windows that allows users to automate repetitive tasks. It is driven by a scripting language that was initially aimed at providing keyboard shortcuts, otherwise known as hotkeys, that over time evolved into a full-fledged scripting language.
You can use AutoHotkey to:
- Automate almost anything by sending keystrokes or mouse clicks, or via COM.
- You can write a mouse or keyboard macro by hand or a recorder.
- Create hotkeys for keyboard, joystick, and mouse.
- Remap keys and buttons on your keyboard, joystick, and mouse.
- Expand abbreviations as you type them.
- Retrieve and change the Clipboard's contents.
You can also:
- Convert any AHK script into an executable file that can be run on computers where AutoHotkey is not installed.
- Create custom data-entry forms, user interfaces and menu bars.
- Automate data entry jobs by reading data from text files, XML, CSV, Excel and various database formats.
- Read signals from hand-held remote controls via the WinLIRC client script.
- Use the Component Object Model (COM).
- Use arrays, structures, matrices, and objects.
- Use variadic functions.
- Use DLL calls and Windows Messages.
- Use Perl Compatible Regular Expressions (PCRE).
- Use interactive debugging features.