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#412 No Bug HotKeys do not function if explorer.exe is not running. caplan77
Description

Hotkeys work only when explorer.exe is running (a user is logged into the PC).

Hotkeys do not work at the logon prompt (no user logged on, explorer.exe not running).

I've written a screen saver in AutoIt and would like hotkeys to work when just winlogon.exe is running.

Hotkeys do not work if the user locks the workstation while logged in.

This has been tested on XP SP1, 2, & 3.

#413 Duplicate GUICtrlHotKeySet -Hot key input box GUI control. Caplan77
Description

Autoit has hotkey functions & gui functions but no way to easily set hotkeys via the GUI.

Both MFC & API controls are available to add a hotkey input. Can this be added to the AutoIt GUI controls? Or possibly create a UDF for it?

API: Hot Key Controls http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb775233.aspx

MFC: CHotKeyCtrl http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/5655fyw6(VS.71).aspx

Thanks!

#416 Rejected Ability to Hide all errors (or write them to a log) anonymous
Description

The reason I ask for this is for the company I work for, one of the big things they look for in scripts is so that even if it crashes and burns, it will not bother the end user.

In a few other scripting languages I've used there have been options to write all errors to a log and not display them, and this is what I am asking for.

I know that you may be hesitant to put this in, as it could also be useful for malware not alerting users to it's presence, but there are so many other options for that that I don't think it's prohibitive.

I understand that the vast majority of errors can be caught and handled with good coding, but there are some that I don't believe can be done this way, and that is why I make this request.

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