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Bebert
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hmm, I would be interested in any photoshop scripts, have you been posting them in the "Scripts and Functions" section?

it's a basic floating GUI toolbar with all my preferred Photoshop hotkey combos run from LButton.
I use the portable version run in a ramdisk, so all the hotkeys point there.
only posted my MPC-home cinema toolbar in the "Scripts and Functions" section so far.

@Frankie:
read my wish list on the AHK script manager GUI above

edit:
@HelloWolrd:
posted in "Scripts and Functions" section

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[*]Wish: AHK script manager GUI
Solution: no solution yet


:arrow: Axem - AutoHotKey Scripts Manager
<!-- m -->http://www.autohotke...pic.php?t=37442<!-- m -->

Features
* When you start Axem it discovers a list of .ahk scripts in a
userdefinable (saved) directory.
* Double clicking on tray will present a simple form with each
script listed on its own line with a checkbox on the left.
* The user can then enable and disable scripts from that dialog by
checking boxes.
* Scripts that are enabled will be launched if not currently
running; scripts unchecked will be closed.
* There's a contextmenu to edit, compile, and publish your AHK
scripts, and it recognises any existing compiled script and publishing
locations
* Checks will be shown for scripts that are currently running.
* It uses the correct script editor, with notepad as an
alternative.

:?:

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hugov, I did not know that script. Looks really cool. Thx for sharing the link. I have updated the initial posting, for pointing to your pointer. :D Its not exactly what the person looks for, but the script can help him (and us).

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@hugov:

thank you, will certainly try it out.

in the meanwhile I am working out one that pops up a menu at mouse cursor with selection of scripts.


edit:
using Axem now - excellent script!

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Hello all,

a very selfish wish that could be quite useful for other people, mainly for ones that are not as fluent with AHK:
I would like to create a script that displays a GUI where the user can choose a program from a drop-down list and assign a hotkey to run that program by checking sseveral different options.
A first draft of the GUI layout:
;Author: Chris Schinke (chris_schinke@kokatat.com)
;Version 1.0


#NoEnv
#SingleInstance, Force
SetBatchLines, -1
SendMode, Input
SetKeyDelay ,1
SetControlDelay, -1


_TITLE := "Kokatat Program Hotkeys"
                     
Gui, font, s10 Arial
Gui, Color, CCCCFF
Gui, Margin, 10, 10
Gui, Add, GroupBox, x10 y10 w700 h100
Gui, Add, GroupBox, xp+10 yp+18 w290 h50 Section, Choose Program:
Gui, Add, Edit, xs+10 ys+18 w270 h20 vED_1
Gui, Add, GroupBox, xs+310 ys w290 h50 Section, Hotkey Preview:
Gui, Add, Edit, xs+10 ys+18 w190 h20 +ReadOnly,None 
Gui, Add, Groupbox, xm ys+100 h280 w700 Section, Options:

;-- Keys
gui Add,GroupBox,x20 y160 w260 h180,Keys
gui Add,Radio,x26 y180 w100 h20 ,Standard
gui Add,Radio,y+0 w100 h20, Function keys
gui Add,Radio,y+0 w100 h20, Numpad
gui Add,Radio,y+0 w100 h20, Mouse
gui Add,Radio,y+0 w100 h20, Multimedia
gui Add,Radio,y+0 w100 h20, Special
gui Add,ListBox,x140 y180 w120 h150                                                                 ; -- ListBox1
 
;-- Optional Attributes
gui Add,GroupBox,x300 y160 w200 h150, Optional Attributes
gui Add,CheckBox,x310 y180 w100 h20, ~ (Native)                                                
gui Add,CheckBox,y+5 w150 h20, *  (Wildcard)                                                            
gui Add,CheckBox,y+5 w150 h20, < (Left pair only)
gui Add,CheckBox,y+5 w150 h20, > (Right pair only)

;-- Modifier
gui Add,GroupBox,x520 y160 w120 h150,Modifier
gui Add,CheckBox,x530 y180 w40 h20, Ctrl
gui Add,CheckBox,y+5 w80 h20, Shift
gui Add,CheckBox,y+5 w80 h20, Win
gui Add,CheckBox,y+5 w80 h20, Alt

;-- Buttons
Gui, Add, GroupBox, x20 y350 w680 h50
Gui, Add, Button, xp+10 yp+15 w67 h30 , &Accept
Gui, Add, Button, xs+280 yp w67 h30, &Cancel
Gui, Add, Button, xs+560 yp w67 h30, &Clear

Return
; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Gui's Hotkey                   
; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#h:: ;;browse hotkeys
Gui, Show, , %_TITLE%
Return

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;List of Programs to choose from
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I'm not good enough yet to fully write this script but with a little help I'm sure I can manage.

Thanks,

Chris

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Has anyone written a script that would do this:

You select some text (maybe you are typing an email or a note to send to someone) now you click a hotkey or on a button and you get a choice of fonts to choose from (as well as size). The text you chose gets changed accordingly.
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Has anyone written a script that would do this:

You select some text (maybe you are typing an email or a note to send to someone) now you click a hotkey or on a button and you get a choice of fonts to choose from (as well as size). The text you chose gets changed accordingly.


unpossible imo since each program (email, note, msword) has its own way of formatting text

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So, as I said I'm bored too, I explore that ahk can do for a tiny game... If my script can give you stars in your eyes then I do a demo to kill boredom...
<!-- m -->https://ahknet.autoh...a/ShootEmUp.zip<!-- m -->
Courage! Do something useless is always more useful than nothing.

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pretty! good view control too.

i can only go down and right?
got to the edge of the map: <!-- m -->http://i54.tinypic.com/9u8zkk.jpg<!-- m -->

rawr. be very afraid
*poke*
. Populate the AutoHotkey city. Pointless but somewhat fun. .


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wasd is qzsd for a french keyboard, however is just a test .Use your space bar for move (thrust On), mouse for direction and shoot ( just the display)... map have no border it's just a demo, I need to check how ram and CPU is used for implement effect, because collision is a huge CPU eater ( that I learn with my AHKroid game)...

And perhaps to rewrite somefunction of GDI+ by tic, it IS wonderfull but I need to escape some test for gain Cpu per cent. My test is a mixture of GDI and GDI+ because bitblt is very fast, and maybe for draw some structure like bullet and for collision.

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@Zaelia: Just tried your ShootEmUp. Nice! :)

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I haven't seen a script for converting .chm files to well anything really!
.pdf or .rtf or .html
basically I havent found a Free program to do this and every now and then I get a .chm file that doesnt work well on my pc and so would like a converter.

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I can open the chm file with 7-Zip. It is basically an archive with htm and related files, together with an index etc. ... There is not much todo for converting. It have to be extracted.
(I add this "wish" to first posting. Edit: Hmm, ok may be I remove it from wish list. Its too basic to convert to html.)

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I just noticed I can open the .chm in firefox and save it as html

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Don't know if this is what Tuncay meant to say but, simply you can rename the .chm file as .lzx and use 7zip to extract it.