Category Archives: Nova Toolkit

Nova Toolkit: Mouse Automator is live on GitHub

A new program has launched as part of the Nova Toolkit: Mouse Automator. Mouse Automator allow users to record mouse actions and clicks for the computer to automatically playback. This program, like every program in the Nova Toolkit is free and open source. Contributions are welcomed to improve and add features to Mouse Automator!

This program originally came about because I needed to save a group of 100,000 Gmail contacts in a directory to another contact folder. In order to do this, one must click three buttons: select all the contacts, move them to the folder, and move to the next page. By using Mouse Automator, this monotonous, time consuming, and mindless task can be automated, as can many others with custom recorded procedures.

Read More, Contribute, and Download on GitHub:
Download v1.0.1.15 here

[Nova Toolkit] Voice Browser is now live

We launched the first app in the Nova Toolkit: Voice Browser.
First, what is Nova Toolkit?

Nova Toolkit is a group of free and open source apps and software by Kerinova. Usually, the apps in the toolkit will be smaller, single purpose apps, or experimental software. Voice Browser is a good example of this.

Voice Browser is a tool for Windows Desktop (Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10) which allows you to control web browsers using voice commands. This makes it possible to scroll pages and manage tabs with simple voice commands. A good use-case for this would be cooking while reading recipes.

Voice Browser, and any future app in the Nova Toolkit will be completely free, and open to feedback and code contributions.

See Voice Browser on GitHub here.