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Old 8th April 2012
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Default "Autokey" or other keyboard automation for FreeBSD?

I've recently migrated from Linux Mint to FreeBSD. While 99% of what I used on a daily basis functions flawlessly on my new system, two applications stand out as being must-haves that I haven't been able to locate:
  1. A keyboard automation application such as autokey (Textpander on OS X) is indispensable.
  2. A real program launcher such as gnome-do (Katapult I've found to be less than straightforward.

Any ideas on where I might be able to find these within the repositories or elsewhere?

Any info would be greatly appreciated!!

Last edited by phoenix; 17th April 2012 at 04:57 PM. Reason: There's no space in FreeBSD. And please format your post!
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