Script editor, GUI designer, debugger and tools for AutoHotkey
For almost one year, I've been using exclusively AutoGUI to edit AHK scripts. Before that, I was also using AkelPad, where Ctrl+D inserts date and time. Most Scintilla-based text editors use Ctrl+D to duplicate line because that's a pre-defined behavior of the Scintilla control. In AutoGUI, a line is duplicated with Ctrl+Down (you can see a list of all keyboard shortcuts by going to Help > Keyboard Shortcuts).
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I use control + down/up to move a line up/down...
me too. and i could list you 9 other IDEs who has it predefined so. i think its good idear if IDEs give everbody the freedom to to it like the want.joedf wrote:I use control + down/up to move a line up/down...
Download the latest version of AutoGUI and AutoHotkey and try again.
Control+D is used by many other editors and is probably easier to remember.
AutoGUI is already very user friendly but it can be improved by adding keyboard shortcuts customization.
I know of other applications which implement different shortcut sets to help users migrate; by re-mapping shortcuts anyone can use the program shortcuts he's already familiar with.
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