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Posted: 03 Jun 2017, 21:00
As many who have been around a while know; in late 2012 our file share autohotkey.net was hacked and we lost nearly everything. You either got to this post by clicking one of those links or browsing our forums. Most are unimpacted. For some looking for some legacy scripts referred to on our archived forum these losses are a grievous. While our servers are all backed up now and much more secure, the losses cannot be recovered
Posted: 30 Jun 2017, 08:28
i have been using the color change detector by murgee.com now for a few months, and it works ok , just not quite exactly how i need it to.
I am monitoring a part of one of my screens on my computer (windows).
I need to detect when that region has any change in it, ie when it moves from black to grey.
I was able to find a post that does that but the code was hacked/deleted according to the message I saw.
Any chance you could find the user? Polyethylene? i got undeliverable message back
or if you have any idea on how to make it work thanks
Posted: 30 Jun 2017, 16:07
you can post whatever code you are using in ask for help with a description and see if you have any luck. That user is no longer part of this community
Posted: 30 Jun 2017, 18:00
Do you have a link to this post?
Posted: 21 Jul 2017, 11:02
Posted: 01 Mar 2018, 16:35
AutoHotkey.net domain is for sale??
Ok here is the situation according to this wikipedia article what the domain name holder of autohotkey.net is doing is called CyberSquattinghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cybersquatting
Now all you have to do is provide the domain name registrar as well as the registrant with a cease and desist letter, citing your LLC Formation date and the registration date of AutoHotkey.com
if they do not cease and desist with the selling of the trademarked name AutoHotkey (which is automatically trademarked as it was the first name used in commerce by the llc) then the domain registrar will be forced to release it providing that the domain owner (registrant) cannot provide a LLC formation letter, or prove that they are in fact using the same name in commerce .
its pretty interesting reading actually and I have had this happen to me, unknowingly registering a series of domain names when the .info tld came out. I got all sorts of letters from lawyers, i tried to fight it however the registrar (godaddy) siezed the domain names and refunded me the registration fees as it was only a few days after I registered them that they got the same letters.
Get AutoHotkey.net back!
Posted: 08 Mar 2018, 22:09
this is great insight. we should get in on this...
Posted: 09 Mar 2018, 13:56
I won't have time this weekend but perhaps next weekend
Posted: 09 Mar 2018, 21:42
Not much time for me either, it’s not super urgent