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Save events user in Windows?

How to write down actions of the user in Windows (click mouse, move etc.) and then to repeat them.
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ahalyaCommented:
You'll need what's called a JournalHook.  There is a very good example in borland's web site (called HookIt.PAS)

I have made a little MacroRecorder based on Borland's Hints, that can be activated using Hotkeys to record & playback macro's & save them to disk for later playback:  If you want i can send you all the project files.

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intheCommented:
hi,
what you are needing is called a journal hook of which you can find great example here:

http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,10323,00.html

Regards Barry
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intheCommented:
snap

(but glorious in defeat :o)
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doncovCommented:
Send good example?
Write email: doncov@mail.ru
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intheCommented:
erm.. download the one from here:

http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,10323,00.html 

you wont find a better example than this.
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ahalyaCommented:
I agree with you Barry, I wouldn't have put

"Send good example? "
"Write email: doncov@mail.ru"

as an answer either !!  
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intheCommented:
doncov may i see this example?
did you write it or download it somewhere?

legend@enteprise.net
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