Autohotkey On this site you will learn how to automate keystrokes.
Automate keystrokes is very simple with autohotkey scripting languages.
f1:: send ^c
This line of code you can read it as follow, the left site is the keystroke that you can press on your fisical keyboard, the right site is the autohotkey code that will be execute if you press the f1 funtion key on the keyboard.
You can write this code in notepad and save it with example1.ahk
Run it and it is done, the computer is waiting for you to press the f1 key.
If you want to execute a bigger autohotkey script you can use the command return
RegWrite, REG_SZ, HKEY_CURRENT_USER, software\vkeystarter 1.0\vClipboard 3\KeyHintText,1,%a1% ; set copy 1
The ^ stands for CTRL and the ! stands for ALT
This means press CTRL + ALT + p to run this part of autohotkey.
An other example is to transform the left site text into the right site text. this is also verry usefull.
::ksc:: send keystroke control
If you type ksc and press the space bar it will direct replace the text ksc into keystoke control
This is a nice gig from the designer that did build autohotkey freeware. you can automate almost everything it is fast simple and does almost not use any cpu load or ram memory
You can use it with keystarter 1.0 software.
with this you can make 3d button icons on desktop that can direct run (native) the autohotkey scripts. Together with this power tool you can do many things more try it out and you will see what it can do.