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Nahuel

Writing Registry question.

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I've created a process manager for those who don't have Winxp/2000.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=50990

Now, I wanna know if it's possible to write/edit the regsitry so I can run it with some key combination (like.. ctrl+alt+ins :) )

does anyone know?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

HotKeySet('#w', '_Registry') 

While 1 
Sleep(1000) 
WEnd 

Func _Registry()
    Run(@WindowsDir & '\regedit.exe') 
EndFunc

Is that what you wanted? -If it is look at "Send" in the helpfile so you can configure the hotkey however you want, now it runs regedit on the Windows key + w

Same thing except now it runs it on Ctrl + Alt + Insert

HotKeySet('^!{INSERT}', '_Registry') 

While 1 
    Sleep(1000) 
WEnd 

Func _Registry()
    Run(@WindowsDir & '\regedit.exe') 
EndFunc
Edited by Piano_Man

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Thanks for replying, but that's not what I want. My question is more about Windows itself...

I wanna know if I can run my compiled script by pressing a key combination in Windows (like, when you press ctrl+alt+del it runs taskmgr.exe)

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Hahaha, never mind, I figured it out :)

All I had to do was create a shortcut to the program, clik properties and press the key combination that I want :P

Thanks for reading and replying :)

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