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AutoHotkey is a free, open-source scripting platform for Windows that you can use to automate just about anything. It's fairly simple to use and even simpler to find existing scripts for. We'd.Ways To Keep A Window Always On Top In Windows 10 Method 1: Autohotkey: Keyboard Shortcut. Hotkey lets you define your mouse and keyboard buttons as and how you want them to be used. Using a simple scripting language, you are free to denote multiple directions and shortcuts including a window always on top on Windows 10.If you plan on always using the same scripts you can also load AutoHotkey at startup, right-click the AutoHotkey icon in the Windows notification area, and click Edit this script. The default script (AutoHotkey.ahk) opens in your default text editor and allow you to add or change your script. Each time AutoHotkey loads when your computer starts this default script will load this script.
Window on Top by Skybn is a light (632 kb) and simple to use tool to make any window always on top. The concept is simple, you will see a hand sign in the main interface. Click-and-hold on it to grab and then move your mouse cursor and leave it on the window which you would like to set as “always on top”.Read More
The AutoHotkey software can use the AHK file to automate things like clicking window prompts, typing out letters and numbers, and more. It's especially useful for long, drawn out, and repetitive actions that always follow the same steps.Read More
If you are into productivity on your computer, you probably already use your keyboard and its shortcuts as much as possible. And if you’re on Windows, you’ve probably also check out the awesome potential of AutoHotKey, which can make your keyboard hum like nobody’s business. But most people haven’t tapped into the true power of AHK, and explored all the ways it can turn the keyboard.Read More
AutoHotKey was based from some of the AutoIt v2 source so they share a lot of the same syntax. Mind you today they also have a drastic amount of differences. There are strengths and weaknesses in both which complement each other. For example, AutoIt is much easier to work with command line interfaces in a GUI. Where AHK has a very extensible XML parsing engine.Read More
Stick-It! lets you set any window you choose to be always on top of other windows. Right click the tray icon and select the Stick-It! menu item, or double click the icon, and the next window you click will be set as always on top. Repeat these steps to return the window to normal. Features: Set any window, or windows, of your choice to be always on top of any other windows. Portable, can run.Read More
Send keystrokes to Zwift with AutoHotkey. 2018-02-24 Jesper AutoHotkey, Scripts, Windows. There is a trick to make AutoHotkey send keystrokes to Zwift. The Administrator trick. It is important that the script is run as administrator or with UI access (an option in the AutoHotkey Setup) because that is the only way it can send keystrokes to Zwift. This script shows how to do this. You can use.Read More
It's no secret that we're huge fans of the simple but powerful AutoHotkey scripting language, and we use it religiously to automate Windows tasks and save time. Here's a handful of useful scripts.Read More
Window Positioning with AutoHotkey. May 22nd 2020 AutoHotkey Windows. When looking for a way to quickly position an application window at an exact predefined position, I chose AutoHotkey as the best tool for the job. The ability to create a script that moves a window and assign it to a keyboard shortcut was exactly what I needed. It still required some tweaking before it worked well enough for.Read More
AutoHotKey was very sensitive to window sizes when using coordinates for mouse clicks. The scripts ran fine on a Windows XP virtual machine but not on my Windows 7 laptop as the widgets were a slightly different size. Position-based commands for mouse moves and clicks can be avoided if there are shortcuts or support for a tab order, but in Distance for Windows this was not always the case.Read More
Our approach was to keep the template simple to help you understand how everything works. You can always add more sophisticated code to it should the need arise. The template is a set of three files that are to be placed in the same folder: Enterpad.ahk; EPReport.ahk; Enterpad.dll (use with 64-bit AutoHotkey) OR Enterpad.dll (use with 32-bit AutoHotkey) The file Enterpad.ahk is where you input.Read More