I've compiled several keyboard macros that help me click less, mainly when doing airgroup microing. This will need a third party program called Autohotkey. In brief, how this program works is that once it is installed you can activate macro files which connect shortcut keys with multiple keystrokes/mouse clicks. A green [H] icon will appear on the desktop taskbar, which lets you edit, reload, and exit each individual macro file. The actual macro file is attached below and needs to be right clicked and run as an administrator, at least for me, to work in WitE. Here is the series of macros I have currently going. Note that many of the coordinates need to be tweaked for your system. I use dual 1920x1080 screens.
I am happy to answer general questions to compile into a FAQ post and may, time-dependent, be able to help individuals with their setup or new ideas for macros. The program is very robust, and I have scratched only the surface. Example things I want to eventually accomplish are hotkeys to get to a certain commander report setup (all German fights, all infantry over/under x morale, all airgroups under a certain base, etc.)
1. [Toggled on and off by removing comment sections]: Mouse coordinate viewer.
2. Clicking a city window for a brief time (for me to see supply details).
3. Screenshot macro that copy pastes a series of map images to stitch in your favorite image-editing program.
4. Stop command for looping macros.
5. Airgroup commands: setting ranges (0/unlimited, 1, or arbitrary number) or fighter/bomber status for one airgroup
6. Looped airgroup commands to do this for 9 airgroups in an airbase.
Additional documentation and comments are in the actual file, which can be modified in notepad or any other word-processing program, either directly from its stored location (anywhere) or from the taskbar (right click -> edit).
< Message edited by eskuche -- 5/8/2020 1:53:22 AM >