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Replace music key on keyboard with Chrome back button

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Here's a hacky script I made to make the music key on my keyboard click the back button on my Chrome browser.  You need to compile the script in to an exe, and associate "cda" file extension to the executable.  Note- this also means you can reassign the music key on your keyboard to whatever executable you want using this method!

AutoItSetOption("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)
HotKeySet("{Escape}", "exitScript")
$chromePos = WinGetPos("Chrome")
If (@error <> 0) Then
    ConsoleWriteError("Can not find Chrome window - WinGetPos returned @error: " & @error & @CRLF)
    Exit
EndIf
$originalMousePos = MouseGetPos()
MouseClick("primary", $chromePos[0] + 20, $chromePos[1] + 45, 1, 2)
MouseMove($originalMousePos[0], $originalMousePos[1], 2)

Func exitScript()
    ConsoleWrite("Exiting script..." & @CRLF)
    Exit
EndFunc

Yay AutoIt3 community.  Unfortunately, for the most part at work I've moved on to OSX machines (meh).  Seems like that's what all the companies are developing on lately.

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TheSaint

I would not recommend changing the default for the .cda extension.

You do realize, that .cda files are what exist on an audio CD.

Extreme care should be taken when altering registry based things.


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