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Haven't tinkered with it a *whole* lot, but what you're specifying doesn't seem too complicated at all.
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
Haven't tinkered with it a *whole* lot, but what you're specifying doesn't seem too complicated at all.
Ok, but I'm looking for a definitive answer. I am hoping somebody can answer based on their own experience with it.
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Originally Posted by Manyak View Post
Absolutely
Awesome!

I just made the script and here it is in case anyone else wants it.

It maps the numpad to your right hand's default position on the keyboard.

Code:
^!u::Send {Numpad1}
^!i::Send {Numpad2}
^!o::Send {Numpad3}
^!j::Send {Numpad4}
^!k::Send {Numpad5}
^!l::Send {Numpad6}
^!n::Send {Numpad7}
^!m::Send {Numpad8}
^!,::Send {Numpad9}
    
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Ok, but I'm looking for a definitive answer. I am hoping somebody can answer based on their own experience with it.
you use if title statements like this

Quote:
SetTitleMatchMode, 2
IfWinExist, Hotmail
{
MsgBox, Already signed in.
}
Else
{
var=USERNAME
var2=PASSWORD

etc...
there are 3 SetWinTitleMatchMode(s)

SetWinTitleMatchMode 1 must have string at the beginning of the titlebar (ex Windows Live Hotmail)
SetWinTitleMatchMode 2 can have the string anywhere in the titlebar (ex Hotmail)
SetWinTitleMatchMode 3 must contain the exact string in titlebar (ex Windows Live Hotmail - Windows Internet Explorer)

AutoHotKey can be as complicated as you want it to be like I said it has a very complex language. i'm pretty sure it can do everything you're asking.

Christine
Edited by lmnop - 2/16/10 at 1:06am
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you use if title statements like this
Code:
SetTitleMatchMode, 2
IfWinExist, Hotmail
 {
  MsgBox, Already signed in.
 }
Else
 {
  var=USERNAME
  var2=PASSWORD

etc...
there are 3 SetWinTitleMatchMode(s)

SetWinTitleMatchMode 1 must have string at the beginning of the titlebar (ex Windows Live Hotmail)
SetWinTitleMatchMode 2 can have the string anywhere in the titlebar (ex Hotmail)
SetWinTitleMatchMode 3 must contain the exact string in titlebar (ex Windows Live Hotmail - Windows Internet Explorer)

AutoHotKey can be as complicated as you want it to be like I said it has a very complex language. i'm pretty sure it can do everything you're asking.

Christine
I admit that it's cool being able to have AHK automatically perform things like logging me into OCN when it sees "Overclock.net" in the titlebar, however I'm currently only interested in having it feel like there are multiple profiles.

So let's say I'm just doing my thing here on OCN and then I want to play that one game. So, I open that game, and the current behavior of the Lycosa driver is that it switches to a different profile where I have different keyboard customizations. That's what I need. And I also need to be able to set each profile up differently (that is, if AHK can do separate profiles like that).

But, I also need it to always have media keys programmed to keys that I will obviously designate.

I will also need the WinKey to be disabled when I open this game. So, I'll need to either be able to disable it whenever I want, or I will need to be able to set that up in the profile.

So, I need multiple profiles, automatic profile switching when the assigned program is open, and the ability to disable the WinKey for the profile that I'll need to use for that specific game (it's a game where it's particularly easy to accidentally press it). But I also need to be able to have media keys at all times no matter what.

To be clear, I don't need AHK to automatically perform tasks for me, such as logging me in as soon as it sees a specific title (at least not yet).
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someone once asked if AutoHotKey can access Razer driver settings and one person replied yes you could use dllcall but you would have to create a dll for it.

if you can do that i'm pretty sure you can open a script or create a profile.

you can even create graphics for example OSD (on screen display)

Quote:
;_________________________________________________
;_______User Settings_____________________________

; Make customisation only in this area or hotkey area only!!

; The percentage by which to raise or lower the volume each time:
vol_Step = 4

; How long to display the volume level bar graphs:
vol_DisplayTime = 2000

; Master Volume Bar color (see the help file to use more
; precise shades):
vol_CBM = Red

; Wave Volume Bar color
vol_CBW = Blue

; Background color
vol_CW = Silver

; Bar's screen position. Use -1 to center the bar in that dimension:
vol_PosX = -1
vol_PosY = -1
vol_Width = 150 ; width of bar
vol_Thick = 12 ; thickness of bar

; If your keyboard has multimedia buttons for Volume, you can
; try changing the below hotkeys to use them by specifying
; Volume_Up, ^Volume_Up, Volume_Down, and ^Volume_Down:
HotKey, #Up, vol_MasterUp ; Win+UpArrow
HotKey, #Down, vol_MasterDown
HotKey, +#Up, vol_WaveUp ; Shift+Win+UpArrow
HotKey, +#Down, vol_WaveDown


;___________________________________________
;_____Auto Execute Section__________________

; DON'T CHANGE ANYTHING HERE (unless you know what you're doing).

vol_BarOptionsMaster = 1:B ZH%vol_Thick% ZX0 ZY0 W%vol_Width% CB%vol_CBM% CW%vol_CW%
vol_BarOptionsWave = 2:B ZH%vol_Thick% ZX0 ZY0 W%vol_Width% CB%vol_CBW% CW%vol_CW%

; If the X position has been specified, add it to the options.
; Otherwise, omit it to center the bar horizontally:
if vol_PosX >= 0
{
vol_BarOptionsMaster = %vol_BarOptionsMaster% X%vol_PosX%
vol_BarOptionsWave = %vol_BarOptionsWave% X%vol_PosX%
}

; If the Y position has been specified, add it to the options.
; Otherwise, omit it to have it calculated later:
if vol_PosY >= 0
{
vol_BarOptionsMaster = %vol_BarOptionsMaster% Y%vol_PosY%
vol_PosY_wave = %vol_PosY%
vol_PosY_wave += %vol_Thick%
vol_BarOptionsWave = %vol_BarOptionsWave% Y%vol_PosY_wave%
}

#SingleInstance
SetBatchLines, 10ms
Return


;___________________________________________

vol_WaveUp:
SoundSet, +%vol_Step%, Wave
Gosub, vol_ShowBars
return

vol_WaveDown:
SoundSet, -%vol_Step%, Wave
Gosub, vol_ShowBars
return

vol_MasterUp:
SoundSet, +%vol_Step%
Gosub, vol_ShowBars
return

vol_MasterDown:
SoundSet, -%vol_Step%
Gosub, vol_ShowBars
return

vol_ShowBars:
; To prevent the "flashing" effect, only create the bar window if it
; doesn't already exist:
IfWinNotExist, vol_Wave
Progress, %vol_BarOptionsWave%, , , vol_Wave
IfWinNotExist, vol_Master
{
; Calculate position here in case screen resolution changes while
; the script is running:
if vol_PosY < 0
{
; Create the Wave bar just above the Master bar:
WinGetPos, , vol_Wave_Posy, , , vol_Wave
vol_Wave_Posy -= %vol_Thick%
Progress, %vol_BarOptionsMaster% Y%vol_Wave_Posy%, , , vol_Master
}
else
Progress, %vol_BarOptionsMaster%, , , vol_Master
}
; Get both volumes in case the user or an external program changed them:
SoundGet, vol_Master, Master
SoundGet, vol_Wave, Wave
Progress, 1:%vol_Master%
Progress, 2:%vol_Wave%
SetTimer, vol_BarOff, %vol_DisplayTime%
return

vol_BarOff:
SetTimer, vol_BarOff, off
Progress, 1:Off
Progress, 2:Off
return
what this does is when you press Fn + Cursor Up or Cursor Down (master volume) or Fn + Shift + Cursor Up or Cursor Down (wave volume) a small graphic bar comes on screen like a progress bar in either green or red that indicates a volume increase or volume decrease.

there is a dozen different ways to create a media key you can make a OSD, a popup a dialog with a editbox to enter a value, automatic, etc.

you should ask on the AutoHotKey forum I have only spent 20 mins with it but I have programming experience.

Christine
Edited by lmnop - 2/16/10 at 2:49am
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Whoa. It looks like this is something that will only get better for me with time (due to me learning, as I've never done any programming). Thank you, Christine!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
In other words, I'll need AHK to do this:
  • Have 2 profiles where they are switched automatically upon opening a specific game.
  • Have 1 of those profiles have no programmed keys except for a disabled WinKey.
  • Have media keys (Play/Pause, Stop, Prev, Next, Vol Up, Vol Down, Mute) regardless of which profile is in use.
  • Maybe be able to disable the WinKey whenever I want.
Can all of these things be done? If not, then what will I be able to do? And of course, I will definitely need help setting AHK up when I finally have the new keyboard.
I know for a fact that the last 3 are definitely doable, but I never really looked at the fancier commands because I never needed them. It looks like christine's got it anyway. Worst case scenario what you could do is convert the AHK script into an exe (pretty simple, there are directions on the site), and then create a batch file that loads the script exe and then the game.
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Originally Posted by Manyak View Post
I know for a fact that the last 3 are definitely doable, but I never really looked at the fancier commands because I never needed them. It looks like christine's got it anyway. Worst case scenario what you could do is convert the AHK script into an exe (pretty simple, there are directions on the site), and then create a batch file that loads the script exe and then the game.
Interesting! It actually sounds worth the effort to me. I also took a peek at AHK's site and I noticed there are many pages that will be able to help me out, so I'm sure that once my desire to do this is strong enough (like once I actually get the keyboard), then I might even be helping others with their scripts.

I owe it all to you guys, though.
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Never knew that AHK could do things that in depth, pretty cool! Defiantly going to have a play around with it when I get my new board.
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