This application lets you enter pre-defined commands for Minecraft which are activated in-game by a single press of a button. Very handy for Operators to spawn common weapons without typing everything in all the time. There is no game modification, essentially it is just a macro manager. You can also use this to spam the chat with custom messages, but this is not its primary purpose 😛
+Added support for profiles. All profiles are loaded from the “Profile.xml” file which must be in the same folder as the application. You can open the file with any text editor and modify the different profiles to your liking.
+Increased text speed. If this is too fast for some reason, please report!
+New Minecraft detection method. Please report on this!
+After pressing the chat key, the commands are disabled until you press Enter/Escape (sending/deleting the chat) or take longer than 15 seconds to write your message. This avoids activating commands that are assigned to a number/letter.
+Requests running as admin because it is required
+Updated timings to work with 1.8.*
+Fixed the “Enter key as a chat key” issue…again :S
+Fixed keys being disabled after restarting
+Added a new icon
+Added an installer
+Fixed chat key not being assigned correctly (Thanks to Cubie)
+Added delay to avoid duplicated commands
v1.5.2 (Thanks to Cubie)
+Increased button width allowing more text
+Global keys re-enable again when pressing “Stop”
+Some bug fixes with the disabling of the global keys
+Globals keys are disabled. No more “0/home” or “1/give …”
+Enter (Return) key can now be used as the chat key
+UI correctly locking after starting
+Secret key combination removed
+Custom shortcut keys added
+”NAME” syntax added
+”ENTER” syntax added
+Multiple commands can be assigned to one key
+Secret key combination added that spawns all items 😛 (2 keys, last one is the first one in the alphabet)
+Critical bug was fixed
+Correctly shutting down now
Since v1.2 a syntax system has been added. In every command the %NAME% keyword will be replaced with the in-game name specified on the top. The %ENTER% keyword will trigger the Enter key so that the command gets executed. If you hover with your mouse over the text box, you can see the command without the keywords.
Assign Shortcut Keys
Since v1.3 you can assign custom shortcut keys for commands. Just click on the button next to the command and a “?” will appear. Press the custom shortcut key on your keyboard and it should accept and display the new shortcut key.