Commands are computer actions which are triggered in different ways,  for example writing repetitive text, running the applications, opening files or websites, running advanced automation scripts etc. Think of it as WHAT you want to do.

Command types

The command content depends on a selected command type. There are seven main command types:




Phrase File

Wordlist File


The following buttons are available to quickly insert the content to the command field.

Open - Select file or folder.

Library - Select preset command from the Library.

Record - Create a command by recording a Macro.

More - Select more options or insert special fields and macros.

INS/OVR - Click to change to insert or overwrite mode.


There are three main formatting options available:

No formatting - Default mode.

HTML- Available in Send command type. This option allows sending the HTML formatted text.

Rich Text  - Available in Send command type. This option allows sending the Rich Text.


Macros are a powerful way to insert dynamic content to the command. Select further options by pressing More button or from the right-click context menu.

More information: Macros

Other options

From a context menu Select View to change various formatting options.

Insert Mode - Change between insert or overwrite mode.

Show line numbers - Show line numbers in the command field.

Line wrap - Turn wrapping long text onto the new line on or off.

Font - Set a command field font.  

Paragraph options - Define paragraph settings for Rich Text commands