In my ignorance I'd like to learn whether a good keyboard macros tool is available for Linux, like it is for the other X operating system: https://forum.keyboardmaestro.com
PS Did you notice too that URLs are automatically made clickable in Fleshdesk now?
I'm using Autokey-gtk py3, "A Python 3 port of AutoKey, the desktop automation utility for Linux and X11. It allows you to manage collection of scripts, and assign abbreviations and hotkeys to these scripts allowing you to execute them on demand in whatever program you are using."
Basically, can use it as TextExpander + scripts, I prefer to use a global feature for this instead of something specific to CT or Omegat.
For example, I use it to print the current date in format like 20160613 for organizing my folders.
>For example, I use it to print the current date in format like 20160613 for organizing my folders.
Thanks! I'll have a look at it. Maybe even install Mint in a VM :). Yep, I have Alt+D assigned to: 2016-06-13
>This forum gives you answers to questions you didn't even know you had.
Yeas it does indeed. And I think that in analogy you can say this of CafeTran:
CafeTran gives you a degree of productivity you didn't even know that any CAT tool was able to offer.
What I mean is this: "everyone" is talking about the few market leaders, whereas if new users would learn how incredibly smart CafeTran is, they would probably reconsider buying these other tools and go for CafeTran.
At least, that's my opinion.
It's in the interest of all of us to spread the word about CafeTran's great feature pack.
I installed it and it work great. If you use python scripts within it, just make sure that the „shebang” points to python3.