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Xnee is a suite of programs that can record, replay and distribute user actions (X events) under the X11 environment. It can be used for example for test automation.
Xnee installs two programs; cnee and gnee. cnee is the command line utility and gnee is the graphical user interface to cnee.
Limitation: Xnee does not support the XInput extension used for thumb interaction.
 Usage Examples
Record mouse events:
# cnee --record --mouse --events-to-record 100 -o mouse_rec.xnl
Do some actions with the stylus and press control-C once you're done, or continue using the stylus until 100 events are reached at which point cnee will exit.
To replay back what you just recorded:
# cnee --replay --file mouse_rec.xnl&
[cnee man page](/development/documentation/man_pages/cnee.html)
 See Also
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