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The original resolution switcher by HTC works good on earlier Windows, but has two problems on Win8. When activated it creates a window telling the current resolution. It is given focus and thus forces Metro back to the desktop.It switches between the native 800x480 and 1024x600 which is to low to run Metro apps.To fix this I started with a simple script that switches to 1152x864 with a window that displays the resolution without grabbing focus.Later I added some extras: Option to skip the window altogetherSeparate resolution in desktop and MetroA simple installer/uninstaller for the HTC Shift
Hello, I have a need to develop a software that will ultimately run on Windows 8 so I would like to know if anyone has tried to use AutoIT in Win8? Will sending of key strokes work properly in Win8? I don't have Win8 but the client is upgrading from Win7 to Win8 so this question? TIA Yogi Yang
Hi Everyone, I hope someone is able to help me here, i want to detect the "Charm" windows in win8 in a hope to control them, but for now i can't even detect them as a window, does anyone know how i'd be able to detect the windows? specficly the window i want to detect is in win8 when you press "Winkey + I" My initial idea was simple, but doesn't work (tho it might get the wrong Charm window still nothing) WinWait("[Class:Shell_CharmWindow]") msgbox(0,"yey", "yey") So i went and tried with the name of the window, which in my case is "Indstillinger" Tho in english i'm guessing it's
I wanted to see if I could manage to use IAppVisibility (Win8) in one of my scripts. (it seems the name was changed in Release Preview but MSDN wasn't updated) It took some time but I learned to make tlb file and made definitions for GetAppVisibilityOnMonitor and IsLauncherVisible methods (working good as far as I can tell), but I would like Advise and Unadvise too if possible, but I don't know how... See definition on above link. Only example I found is some (too advanced for me to translate) c++ code. Here. But it compiles and runs fine at least. trancexx is doing a similar thing in may