Customize your keyboard, joystick and mouse with an open source automation and hotkey utility that is backward compatible with AutoIt. It includes a quick-start tutorial, an automatic script writer that records and plays back your keystrokes and mouse clicks, and a comprehensive help file. The program can remap keys and buttons, and make almost any key, joystick button, mouse button, or combination into a hotkey. It also allows you to define abbreviations that expand as you type them (auto-replace); create custom GUI windows and menu bars; retrieve or change the volume, mute, and other settings of any soundcard; hide/close/resize any window; use a joystick as a mouse; retrieve and change the clipboard's contents; display dialog boxes, tooltips, balloon tips, and popup menus; and create your own stand-alone EXE files that can be run on any computer.
- Fixed File.ReadNum() repeating old data if a prior File.Read() had stopped reading at the end of the buffer
- Improved buffer utilisation when File.Read() reaches the end of the buffered data
- Fixed GuiControl +Password to use the default bullet character on XP and later
- Fixed GuiControl +/-Password to redraw the control immediately
Reviewing 1.1.14.02 (Feb 17, 2014)
not too bad
Reviewing 1.1.13.00 (Sep 25, 2013)
Reviewing 1.1.12.00 (Aug 24, 2013)
autohotkey is awesome
Reviewing 1.1.07.00 (Feb 28, 2012)
AutoHotkeyU - AutoHotkeyAutoHotkeyU is a Unicode version of AutoHotkey based on AutoHotkey_L. It also provides some additional features. Windows versions prior to Windows 2000 are not supported.
The codes has been merged into AutoHotkey_L start from L42.
Reviewing 1.1.05.03 (Dec 1, 2011)
Sexy, too sexy
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