Summary


All script commands are preceded with an exclamation mark (!). If you do not use an exclamation mark before text, Impero assumes that you simply wish to write the word, for example:

 

!start - Impero simulates a key press on the Windows key which shows the start menu.

start - Impero assumes that you wish to write the word 'start' and not perform a command.

 

Please see below for a list of available commands that can be used within a MiMiC script.

 

!cad - Key press Ctrl + Alt + Del

!start - Key press on the Windows key

!ctrl - Key press on the Ctrl key

!alt - Key press on the Alt key

!shift - Key press on the Shift key

!enter - Key press on the Enter key

!space - Key press on the Space Bar

!arrowup - Key press on the Up Arrow key

!arrowdown - Key press on the Down Arrow key

!arrowleft - Key press on the Left Arrow key

!arrowright - Key press on the Right Arrow key

!delete - Key press on the Delete key

!backspace - Key press on the Backspace key

!F1 - !F12 - Key press on the F1 to F12 keys

!esc - Key press on the Escape key

!tab - Key press on the Tab key

!break - Key Press on Break key

!end - Key press on End key

!home - Key press on Home key

!shutdown - Shutdown the computer

!restart - Restart the computer

!logoff - Log off the computer

!pause(time) - Pause/Delay for (time) in seconds

!run(app) - Run the application in the brackets

 

You may also use compound commands such as:

 

!start+r - The Windows key and R key are pressed together

!ctrl+!shift+!esc - This opens the task manager

 

Finally, if you wish to push a key X number of times you need to add the following to the end of the command:

 

!enter(X) - the Enter Key is pressed X number of times

 

The same rule applies for all commands except the shutdown, restart, logoff and run commands.