iSwitchw - cosmetically enhanced edition
My only wish is that the font size could automatically be made smaller so that all open windows fit on the list. Any ideas how one would go about doing this?
Line 149 says: Gui,Font,s30 cYellow bold,Calibri
so you'll have to start there. You could use the var numallwin (see line 125)
to see if numallwin between 15 and 20 (example) you make s25
if numallwin between 21=30 make s15 etc etc
might work :wink:
I have you read the script at all?
I wanted to know if there was any way to hide certain windows from the list. I use rocket dock and a multiple desktop program so the two programs "Rocketdock" and "VirtuaWinMainClass" always show up.
; List of substrings separated with pipe (|) characters (e.g. carpe|diem).
; Window titles containing any of the listed substrings are filtered out
; from the list of windows.
in Adobe 7.0 all the open pdf's are opened in one instance of adobe, however there is a setting (Edit->Preferences->General ->"Show documents in task bar", this typically will then show a task bar item for the main window and then a taskbar item for each open PDF, with that being said when I use iswitcherw if I type in the name of the main window "adobe acrobat 7.0" it will display the adobe main window as expected however when I type in the child window "Lewis.pdf" it only highlights it in the taskbar and does not bring it to the foreground. Not only does it not work but once I try using Iswitcher to open a specific pdf (child) it now changes the way adobe works (probably adobe bug), because from then on I can't use a single mouse click on the taskbar to view the specific pdf, the work around is to just double click it however it is weird that this Iswitchw causes adobe to change like that.
I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro 7.0.8,
If anyone knows another "switcher type application" to switch between Adobe pdf's by typing title let me know"
I get only a blank window when I use this script. The "Window Switcher" dialog comes up, but it is completely blank.
Any ideas? I tried the original version of this script as well and it did the same thing.
I too only get a blank window. Has anyone had success with this script with Win 7? I'm guessing that is the problem, but I don't have time to debug this now.
If it could do that, I'd replace Alt-Tab completely with this script.
In other words, if I have windows named Firefox, The Bat!, and UltraEdit open, FireFox is currently active, and the previously activated window was UltraEdit, then typing <hotkey>Enter 3 times would alternately activate UltraEdit, FireFox, UltraEdit, etc.