Yeah, I know about AutoHotKey and had thought of using that, but it would have been easier to use any command line switches if they existed, especially as my experience with it is limited (it's actually the similar AutoIt that I have used in the past - AutoHotKey (which is open source) is a [controversial] fork of an older version of the closed-source AutoIt, and the latter has developed a new ...
Autoit. I reacon it is easier to learn in AutoIt because of the help files and because of the script editor, it gives you the options instead of having to type out the whole string like in AHK. Even though AHK comes with a GUI creator, KODA is one for autoit, so they are around the same when it comes to GUI Creating. Just putting out a few points
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Also, is Autohotkey a good one for learning scripts? Or AutoIT? Or I should learn major scripting language (like the ones I usually heard - Perl, PhP, etc.) We're those programming language able to do simple steps, like recording just keyboard pressing and mouse movements? . Thanks, Faye