I wasn't sure where to put this, but are there any easy to use macro programs for linux?
Like a little toolbar with a play, pause, record, and stop button on it or something?
@Dusty: He means recorded "macros", i.e. record keystrokes + mouse events and play it black....
I haven't seen anything like this, but it shouldn't be hard to make/find...
I know what he means, I was just saying that there are different (better?) ways of automating tasks that recording input events.
However my answer was not in the proper spirit for Newbie Corner. I apologize.
I am not a newb, just didn't know where to post it, so the spirit was fine The reason I am not using a shell script is because it is for a gaem, in which there is no bash About making one, I know a little python and that is is is it possible in python, or should I look into c or c++? Just a little toolbar like I said.
ahh, thank you phracture, forgot that all I need to do is interface with x, and use the program to replace the actual mouse signals.