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Hi guys, I've seen the @kblayout macro, but the information I'm after is the keyboard layout (aka "Input Method") so I can detect if I'm using "US Keyboard" or "United States-Dvorak Keyboard" rather than 00000c09 or 00000409 which relate to languages such as EN AU or EN US for example. For example I have 1 language set up (English Australia) in my regional settings, but then under the language I have "US Keyboard" and "United States-Dvorak Keyboard" setup, so that when I press WIN+SPACE I can toggle between them. Effectively I want a way of determining if I'm running qwerty or d
Hi! I post here because i was wonderring if someone in this forum could help me with my script. What i'm trying to do, is to basically install a new keyboard layout in Windows and activate it. I want to acheive by the registry or the command line, but not with the autoit automation tools, i don't find it stable... Thanks for your help and have a good day!
GUI Fun! Not enough posts here are about just plain fun stuff to do with AutoIt, at least not lately. So I figure, why not dig up one of my old UDFs, clean it up a bit, and throw it very emphatically at you lot of misfits! One way of mucking about with AutoIt and Windows that can be entertaining is creating shaped GUIs. Sure, GUIs with regions are nothing new here or in general on the Windows platform. But have you ever just wanted to stare at colorful shapes flying across your screen, for no apparent reason? Well, my friend, you've come to the right place. The first UDF I've put up pr
I have been making an effort to keep my scripts as readable as I can, especially since it became clear to me how it otherwise becomes very tricky to maintain a longer script, and extensive use of Regions has been a bigger part of that. SciTE4Autoit3 is great at highlighting different parts of code and so on, and I make heavy usage of the "Tidy" function, which saves a lot of time when it comes to Indentation inside Functions and (also nested) If...EndIf, While...Wend and similar statements. What it seems not intended to do (by default?), is to also apply Indentation within #Region...#EndRe