Looper is a script that takes a text input and loops it over and over a number of times. It also includes options to change the loop speed, as well as pressing the enter and/or space keys in between each time the text is outputted.
How do I use it?
- Run the downloaded file.
- Click in the text box you wish to loop in.
- Hold down the CTRL key and left click in the text box again.
- Text boxes will appear:
- In the first, put in the text you would like repeating.
- In the second, put in how many times you want the text repeated.
- In the third, put ‘Y’ or ‘N’ (yes or no) depending on if you want the ENTER key to be pressed after each time the text is outputted.
- In the fourth, put ‘Y’ or ‘N’ (yes or no) depending on if you want the SPACE key to be pressed after each time the text is outputted.
- In the final text box, insert the number of milliseconds that should pass between each output. The lower the number, the shorter the wait (I normally use 100).
- If you make a mistake on any box, press Cancel on it and the ensuing boxes.
- Otherwise, click OK after each box. After the fifth box, the script will start.
- There is a known issue where the second output can be put on the same line as the first output.
- There is currently no option to abort the script once it is running.
- Be careful with which text box you use this script on, as well as the times you loop and the number of milliseconds.