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posting code without code tags.
key spamming is popular again.

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Game macros involving mouse movements acoording to a certain key being held down.

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Seems like an inordinate number of questions about transparency the past week or so.

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Seems like an inordinate number of questions about transparency the past week or so.


+ Pac Man !!!

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+ Pac Man !!!

That Pac Man game was kind of badass.
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Captcha :idea:
Variables :roll:

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Look on the bright side, at least it means people are working/trying with AHK :)

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But if they want to try ahk, why they don't start with the Tutorial?

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But if they want to try ahk, why they don't start with the Tutorial?

Beause most of them are Guys (directions are for sissys) that just want to open it and start trying stuff. :roll:
Fortunatly some guys and most girls are smarter :D

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Call me old fashion but i like (good) documentation, i read documentation.
I don't use AHK much at the moment (busy with other things, friends, helping with electric fence for horses etc.) but i have printed the documentation and even now sometimes i read in it before going to sleep :).
Most people think they don't need to read the tutorial because they don't have time for it or are too smart for that :D

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Honestly, I probably wouldn't be using AHK if it weren't for Scite, IntelliSense, and the Documentation. I have really bad ADHD problems so it's always hard for me to remember the order of parameters even though I just used it 10 minutes ago. That's when IntelliSense REALLY comes in handy.

I'm also very organized when it comes to programming and stuff and that's when Scite really comes in handy.
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newbies might not know their problem is related to "mouse" or "flow of control"

more like a 7-yr old :?:
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Honestly, I probably wouldn't be using AHK if it weren't for Scite, IntelliSense, and the Documentation. I have really bad ADHD problems so it's always hard for me to remember the order of parameters even though I just used it 10 minutes ago. That's when IntelliSense REALLY comes in handy.

I'm also very organized when it comes to programming and stuff and that's when Scite really comes in handy.

Doesnt sound very ADHD :wink: people with adhd arent usually very organised or forgetfull they just are easily distracted and always off on a new tangent

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