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Longterm reviewed on 20 Nov 2013
Having been a Quickeys user since it was in beta in the late 80s, I sorely missed it when it ceased being developed.

Fortunately, Keyboard Maestro has stepped in and surpassed anything that came before it. I use it for all sorts of functions--moving windows around on my 4-monitor setup, automating functions in FileMaker database scripting, setting boilerplate text of all kinds, even little things like making it possible to start and stop iTunes with a PowerMate volume knob even when iTunes isn't frontmost.

The interface is intuitive; when I try to do something, thinking that it *should* do it, it does it; when I wonder if it can do XYZ, I find that it can, and ably; what a great application.

Those of us who've been around the Mac community since the 80s will remember that the author also wrote Internet Config (indispensable in the early days of the Internet) and Anarchy (now called Interarchy). Kudos to Peter Lewis!
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