- Hi all,
I have been taking a few baby steps with AutoIt, a freeware
Windows scripting tool. AutoIt is intended to be used in
combination with other scripting tools, so why not with
You can create AutoIt script files and run interpreted or
compiled versions shelled from Notetab clips. It also allows
individual commands to be processed from the command line.
Here is a small example of something you can do. I like this
better than using ^$IsKeyDown$ to communicate when to resume
a clip. You can go behind the message box and do whatever
you need to do (like when the Replace dialog is onscreen),
then return control to the clip.
H="Check out AutoIt MsgBox"
^!SetHintInfo Clip "^$GetClipName$" Processing Paused
;next is a long line
^!Shellwait AutoIt.exe /c "MsgBox,4096,Paused Clip, Edit text then
click Ok to continue."
^!IfAppOpen Paused* Wait
^!Info Clip processing resumes now...
;end of clip