Hello "just me",
The Yoga Book that I want to use with the the Apple Magic Keyhoard 2 is 64-bit. All the versions of AHK that I downloaded are from this page:
When I install an AHK version (for example, AHK 1.1.25.02) I get four different .exe files in C:\Program Files\AutoHotKey\ named: AutoHotKey.exe, AutoHotKeyA32.exe, AutoHotKeyU32.exe and AutoHotKeyU64.exe I have assumed that AutoHotKeyU64.exe is the one I should run since the computer is 64-bit. Is that the correct AHK and if not which is the correct one to run?
I have tried dragging and droping a .ahk script file such as AutoHotKeyRemoteControlDLL.ahk onto all four of the above .exe. file and they all give the same error: "GetDeviceCount fehlgeschlagen. Errorcode: -3", so what does that mean?
The only .dll file I have is called AutoHotKeyRemoteControl.dll and I have no idea whether it is 32-bit or 64-bit. I tried doing a Properties on it but it doesn't specify. The .dll file came from the original page by Alvin Poh here:
https://www.alvinpoh.com/how-to-remap-k ... -keyboard/
and was in the .zip file mentioned on and downloaded from the link on his page at: https://www.alvinpoh.com/downloads/AutoHotKeys.zip
Again, I have no idea whether it is 32-bit or 64-bit or how to tell which it is. Do you know how I can tell?
The .dll file AutoHotKeyRemoteControl.dll is in the same folder as the .ahk files, namely: C:\Program Files\AutoHotKey\AutoHotKeys\
Is that "in the system's PATH or A_WorkingDir"? I don't know what those two things mean. Can you please tell me the path to the directory that the .dll file should be located in so I can put a copy of it there?
It would be so much easier if there was a tutorial page somewhere where all the conditions that need to be satisfied for a script to run were listed.