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  1. I have a script which is not very good written and could be mouch smaller etc. but thats not the point. The Problem is that sometimes my script stuck and the reason is i am using a tray menu and hotkeys to call other functions... Is there a way, to only allow a new hotkey function to get started when the other stopped? Or a way to always return to the tray menu? #RequireAdmin #include <StringConstants.au3> #include <TrayConstants.au3> #include <Process.au3> #include <File.au3> #include <FileConstants.au3> #include "ScalingMessageBox.
  2. Hello, I'm trying to write a hotkey program and I know exactly how to do it but it will be hard coded and the user won't be able to edit it. HotKeySet("{ESC}", "HotKeyPressed") HotKeySet("^!d", "HotKeyPressed") HotKeySet("^+x", "HotKeyPressed") While 1 Sleep(500) WEnd Func HotKeyPressed() Switch @HotKeyPressed Case "{ESC}" Exit Case "^!d" ShellExecute("D:\Docs") Case "^+x" ShellExecute("D:\Docs\My Portables\Burner\AnyBur
  3. I'm making a program that has a combo control in a gui and back in win7 when the window was focused the scroll wheel could be used to scroll through it's contents, now i'm using win10 and i have to put the mouse on that control to scroll up and down. Since now the scroll wheel works depending on where the mouse is, is there a way to make it no matter where on the gui the pointer is? Also if the only way to do it is some complex hotkey functions will it work with pressing space to toggle a checkbox? If you need to see what i have so far let me know and i'll copy it here.
  4. I want to be able to press one of the many extra buttons on my mouse to execute an autoit script function. To do this I have bound weird key combinations to to each button that would otherwise never be pressed, like shift+alt+ctrl+/ (see linked image and the following code.) Unfortunately this has a few annoying side effects, such as interfering with whatever I'm doing or one of the modifier keys occasionally getting 'stuck' down. I have been compling each version of this script directly into my startup folder(win7) and have been using it for years. But surely there is a better way o
  5. Greetings programmers! I was trying to find out if it was possible to use hotkeys with menuitems. My temporary work around is to copy what the menuitem does into a seperate function and just using the hotkey with that function. But I was just curious if there was a way to use a hotkey (other than the alt keys which I already have built in) to press menu items and run the associated task with that menu button. So far I have tried using hotkeyset("^{F1}"), $menuitem1) ...but this doesn't work. Again, currently I have the hotkey call a function that does everything I need, so it's no
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