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Old 02-16-2004, 04:28 AM   #1
Flibble
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Automate Gnome/X applications - X-Expect?


Does anyone know of an application ala Expect than can be used to automate/drive X/Gnome Applications?

Obviously Expect works a treat on console apps, but AFAIK its not suitable for graphical interaction. I have a recurring task that I need to perform on a graphical client (Notes running on CrossOver) that I would like to script and forget. ;>

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