HotKeys on OS X Even though AHK is seemingly absent on Mac, the functionality that AHK provides on Windows can likely be achieved in OS X. It could be a matter of coding your own solution, modifying something that's open-source, or using a combination of applications that will work together. I haven't tried all of the following, but might as well mention them as they might be worth checking out: Open Source -.NET rewrite of AHK ported to OS X.the original project might be dead - command-line application that will emulate mouse clicks. Commercial - scriptable text completion / hotkey / macro app (supports AppleScript, Shell scripts) - similar to TextExpander, although some features vary. mostly for mapping keys exclusively to your mouse. maps hotkeys/user-definable keyboard shortcuts to AppleScripts. I use Text Expander and FastScripts together and can't live without them.
Rolling Your Own It's fairly easy to create something with an AppleScript, or a shell script for just about anything imaginable in OS X. For example, I've seen CliClick used along with a to achieve a certain functionality that it might not provide otherwise. To find an AHK replacement on Mac it'll probably be through trial and error, patience, and ultimately what ends up working best for you.
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