I previously posted about how to get the average RGB colour of a sample and put it into Revit. Revit Learning Club Blog today shows a nice, simple way to obtain the RGB values of any color on your screen (under the mouse cursor):
This little utility is VERY basic. It can basically can record mouse movement and clicks, and keyboard input. You can record a task, save it to a file, open an existing recording, and play. There are some basic options to do with ‘Play Speed’ and number of repeats.
It can even save your recorded macro as an EXE file – however: There are pros and cons in saving the macro in .rec file or compiling it to an .exe file. Once compiled into an EXE file, you can run the macro without TinyTask. However, the play speed and repeat count/continuous playback option are hardcoded during compilation and can no longer be changed. If you save it into a .rec file, it requires TinyTask to run but you can set the play speed and repeat count/continuous playback.