|Automate tests||e.g nightly automatic regression tests|
|Demonstrate programs||e.g record and replay a user interaction with your system|
|Distribute actions||e.g teacher's actions can be sent to all student's desktops|
|Record and replay 'macro'||e.g Tie a key modifier combination (e.g using xrebind) to replay a recorded session. The macro is WM- and program independent.|
|Retype a file||e.g When testing an editor, Xnee can type in the content of a file. This can be compared with the original.|
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