... That s probably because autohotkey is scripted in some sort of bastardized visual basic and is therefore lame.Message 1 of 9 , Dec 1 11:29 AMView Source
... That might be as you describe, but what matters more is the functionality, versatility and usefulness of the product. Can you please suggest an equal orMessage 1 of 9 , Dec 3 1:29 PMView SourceAaron Griffin wrote:
> On 12/1/06, Karl Guertin <grayrest@...> wrote:That might be as you describe, but what matters more is the
>> I'm surprised nobody's mentioned AutoHotkey, the swiss army knife of
>> windows utilities.
> That's probably because autohotkey is scripted in some sort of
> bastardized visual basic and is therefore lame.
functionality, versatility and usefulness of the product. Can you please
suggest an equal or better product? I really want to know.
BTW, is there a *nix equivalent?
Aaron Griffin wrote in ... I have updated the following page to include the External utility which allows you to use VIM in otherMessage 1 of 9 , Dec 15 6:10 AMView Source"Aaron Griffin" <aaronmgriffin@...> wrote in
>I have updated the following page to include the "External" utility
> Related note, but not on topic:
> I like slimKEYS under windows for global hotkey management:
which allows you to use VIM in other Windows Applications, tested
on MsWord Outlook, Pegasus and best of all my Web based Blog at blogger.com
BTW tip: when using External, if it doesn't paste the text back into the
application first time click "retry"
Thanks to whoever recommended external. And remember to try out the
clipboard tool it's also life changing!!
http://successtheory.com/tips/ Vim, Zsh, MySQL Tips