Demo XType with Kantu
There is nothing special about this page. It is just a plain HTML website that explains what is going on.
So what happens in this demo macro is that Kantu uses the XModules XType command to send the CTRL+S keystroke to the web browser. This brings up the page save dialog and then Kantu sends over a new file name and presses enter.
This demo shows how that the XClick and XType command are not confined to the viewport of the browser. XType simulates real keystrokes and can interact with everything on the desktop that reacts to keyboard shortcuts. Whatever web page element, app or window that has keyboard focus will receive these native OS keyboard events.