Do you have an editing task that perform over and over again, like pasting the URL of a photo into your blog and surrounding it with style tags? PTFB Pro can collapse all those operations into a simple hotkey sequence.
How to do it …
- Open up PTFB Pro’s main window by clicking on its tray icon
- Click on “New Macro…” and choose “Screen Macro”
- The macro starts recording immediately, so perform the editing operations you want to automate. For example, type the opening tags to apply the styles for the embedded material, then type CTRL+V to paste the contents of the clipboard, then type the closing tags and hit the Pause/Break key to stop macro recording.
- Double-click on your new macro in PTFB Pro’s main window to open it for editing. Switch to the Triggers page and untick “Trigger Spontaneously”. Now tick “Hotkey” and choose the key sequence you want to use to run the macro. Pick something that’s easy to remember that doesn’t get used for anything else. How about CTRL + SHIFT + I (I for insert)?
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