Any software exists to provide screen navigation via shortcut keys to overlay grid coordinates?

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GavinPen
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Any software exists to provide screen navigation via shortcut keys to overlay grid coordinates?

24 Oct 2017, 17:15

Some vim-like Chrome extensions allocate and display key shortcuts which allow you to navigate to all links, text inputs and buttons on a page, eg
http://www.damianbast.com/content/image ... vimium.jpg

Dragon NaturallySpeaking's mousegrid
http://www.nuance.com/products/help/dra ... eGrid.html
allows you to zoom in on a particular spot on your screen using successive 3*3 grids.

Does anybody know if a tool in a similar vein (ahk-derived or otherwise) exists to display a grid over your whole screen,
and allocate alphanumeric coordinates (say rows A-Z,0-9, columns A-Z,0-9) to each cell, allowing you to click anywhere in the screen via the appropriate cell's unique 2 key combination (eg A2, 6Z, etc)?
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nnnik
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Re: Any software exists to provide screen navigation via shortcut keys to overlay grid coordinates?

25 Oct 2017, 01:24

I dont know if something like this exists but this shouldn't be difficult to make in AHK
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jeeswg
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Re: Any software exists to provide screen navigation via shortcut keys to overlay grid coordinates?

25 Oct 2017, 01:57

I use this, which treats the screen as nine rectangles, and moves the cursor to the centre of a rectangle based on pressing Win+NumpadXXX. (I then use a keyboard via mouse script to navigate to the precise point, using Win+Left/Up/Right/Down.)

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GavinPen
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Re: Any software exists to provide screen navigation via shortcut keys to overlay grid coordinates?

25 Oct 2017, 03:45

Thanks jeeswg, that script looks useful in its own right, and also as an example of how to move to coordinates.
What I still don't know how to do, however, is display the shortcut key combination for each coordinate

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