Automation Macro program for Linux/Fedora, looking for a.
I'm not quite sure if this belongs here but it seems like the only place that comes close. I'm basically asking here because I use Fedora and I want something that has been tested to work on Fedora.
What I am doing next is I'm going to be going through an application that involves clicking through a bunch of boxes and filling out text areas. I'm going to be doing this multiple times and so to speed things up and not cause wrist strain, I'd like to use an automation macro script to achieve doing this. The application I'll be using takes up the entire desktop so I'd need some function to start each macro process. Windows has something like this which I believe to be called recorder? It was part of windows 95 and then I believe the sound recorder took over it in Windows XP. The program actually recorded and played key steps and cursor movement. Anyway, I'm sure Linux has something like this and I'll keep looking but I figured I'd ask in case someone was already aware of a program like this.