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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Tray icon stacking
« on: October 02, 2009, 10:39 PM »
OH that's perfect, thanks!

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Tray icon stacking
« on: October 02, 2009, 10:15 PM »
That would also be useful! I wonder if anyone will make it... I bet it can be done with AHK.

Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Tray icon stacking
« on: October 02, 2009, 07:44 PM »
I've looked around for a program that can do this for a long time and I've found nothing... I was wondering if anyone would mind making a program that would allow you to choose any tray icons that you want (My tray space is so limited due to massive amounts of tray icons...) to hide, and simply hide them all into one.. Well, not literally hide, but.. Stack them. So, let's say you have a bunch of tray icons from various different programs, and you could just right click the one for this program and it would bring up a list, then you could select which tray icons you want to hide for more tray space and they would simply be hidden until you re-opened this programs choosing window and unhid them... Maybe even have the ability to stack multiple tray icons that AREN'T hidden into eachother, so... Say, 2 MSN's are open, wouldn't it be nice to have a single tray icon with a small "2" next to it, letting you know there's 2 there? And then you could right click on it to select which one you wanted to right click, and it would initiate a right click to the specified one that you choose, so clicking 1 would be just like right clicking 1's tray icon, clicking 2 would be just like right clicking 2's tray icon, etc...

Finished Programs / Re: SuperClick
« on: October 02, 2009, 05:22 AM »
Oh wow, sorry. The script I had up accidentally had the bottom cut off, fixed that. I also re-uploaded the new SuperClick EXE, so it's using Right Shift now, too.

Finished Programs / Re: SuperClick
« on: October 01, 2009, 05:17 PM »
Updated info/script/exe. Read top post for details.

Finished Programs / Re: SuperClick
« on: October 01, 2009, 05:01 PM »
There was a problem with the delay time that I was fixing, and now it works just fine with them. I never thought of the Shift+Click messing anything up, it used to be Alt+Click before I put it on here, but in things like MSN, Alt makes it act up a bit... I'm thinking Win+Click might be the best solution... I'm renewing the script/exe that are posted here, so if you've gotten them already, I'd recommend deleting the old copies, and getting the current posted code/exe. Back to testing for now, going to see how that Win+Click works out...

Finished Programs / Re: SuperClick
« on: October 01, 2009, 08:57 AM »
I just realized.. The delay time isn't working right.. It won't set it more than once when the script runs... Do I need to set it via ini file and reload the script every time the delay time changes?..

If I get this working, I'll post the hybrid code up. =P

Ohhh! That one works like I had hoped, but I don't need to select multiple windows.. And I'm trying to make the main window I'm working with not lose focus... Maybe I might be able to make some edits and try to make WriteThere work like that, and be able to toggle WriteThere on and off with a different hotkey, so no more double-tapping F1...

Actually, I just had an idea. I think WriteThere and the other script could be used together to send data to other windows the way I want! But... Would someone mind modding a version of WriteThere to use F1 to capture a window, and F2 to toggle the input redirect on and off?... Or maybe customizable hotkeys?... I just need them to be different, so I can capture what window I want, and only send text when I want to, without losing focus on the main window..

Finished Programs / Re: SuperClick
« on: September 29, 2009, 08:02 PM »
Updated! Final version I think. =P

Anyone got any ideas if I should add/edit anything?

Finished Programs / SuperClick
« on: September 29, 2009, 12:11 PM »
Allows you to hold down the Right Shift key and click with the mouse buttons to simulate multiple clicks, you can select how many clicks and the delay time with hotkeys as well, the script pretty much explains it when you run it and Right Click the tray icon, then click Commands.

Code: AutoIt [Select]
  1. #SingleInstance,Force
  2. Clicks = 2
  3. Delay = 50
  4. Gosub,TRAYMENU
  6. RShift & Up::Clicks += 1
  7. RShift & Right::Clicks += 100
  8. RShift & Down::Clicks -= 1
  9. RShift & Left::Clicks -= 100
  10. RCtrl & Up::Delay += 1
  11. RCtrl & Right::Delay += 100
  12. RCtrl & Down::Delay -= 1
  13. RCtrl & Left::Delay -= 100
  14. RShift & Backspace::Clicks = 2
  15. RCtrl & Backspace::Delay = 50
  16. RShift::
  17. TrayTip, SuperClick, `Clicks: %Clicks%, 1,
  18. SetTimer, RemoveTrayTip, 2500
  19. RCtrl::
  20. TrayTip, SuperClick, `Delay: %Delay%ms, 1,
  21. SetTimer, RemoveTrayTip, 2500
  22. RShift & LButton::
  23. Loop, %Clicks%
  24. {
  25. Send, {Click, Left}
  26.     Sleep, %Delay%
  27. }
  28. RShift & RButton::
  29. Loop, %Clicks%
  30. {
  31. Send, {Click, Right}
  32.     Sleep, %Delay%
  33. }
  34. RShift & MButton::
  35. Loop, %Clicks%
  36. {
  37. Send, {Click, Middle}
  38.     Sleep, %Delay%
  39. }
  40. RShift & Esc::ExitApp
  43. Gui, Destroy
  44. Gui, Add, Text,, Clicks:
  45. Gui, Add, Edit, vClicks
  46. Gui, Add, Text,, Delay:
  47. Gui, Add, Edit, vDelay
  48. Gui, Add, Button, default, OK
  49. Gui, Show
  51. ButtonOK:
  52. Gui, Submit
  53. TrayTip, SuperClick, `Clicks: %Clicks% `nDelay: %Delay%, 1,
  54. SetTimer, RemoveTrayTip, 2500
  57. MsgBox,, SuperClick Controls, RShift and Left/Right/Middle Click (SuperClick) `nTap RCtrl for Delay information. `nTap RShift for Clicks information. `nRShift and Down (-1 Clicks) `nRShift and Up (+1 Clicks) `nRShift and Left (-100 Clicks) `nRShift and Right (+100 Clicks) `nRShift and Backspace (2 Clicks) `nRCtrl and Down (-1ms Delay) `nRCtrl and Up (+1ms Delay) `nRCtrl and Left (-100ms Delay) `nRCtrl and Right (+100ms Delay) `nRCtrl and Backspace (50ms Delay) `nRShift and Esc (Exit)
  60. Menu,Tray,NoStandard
  61. Menu,Tray,DeleteAll
  62. Menu,Tray,Add,Settings,SETTINGS
  63. Menu,Tray,Add,Controls,CONTROLS
  64. Menu,Tray,Add,Exit,EXIT
  65. Menu,Tray,Tip,SuperClick
  68. RemoveTrayTip:
  69. SetTimer, RemoveTrayTip, Off
  71. ExitApp

I know noone requested this, but I figured that others might benefit from this in some way, it's my first script. =P

EDIT: Nevermind! I found an icon. :D

EDIT 2: Added support for right and middle mouse buttons!

EDIT 3: I think this'll be my final version.. Added a crude GUI and configured the tray tips, etc. Also got the Traytip timers working!

EDIT 4: Fixed delays not working, they're fine now. I had to completely change how the click sending is done, it's through a loop now. And the delay time now puts the clicks through a Sleep command for the amount of time speicified under Delay, repeating the loop depends on how many "Clicks" it's currently set to send, so 2 clicks = loop 1 time, 5 clicks = loop 4 times, etc.

EDIT 5: Tested Win+Click, all appeared to be well until I HELD DOWN the Windows key while I clicked, then it went spazzy.. So, for now. I changed Left Shift and Left Control to Right Shift and Right Control, since Left Shift and Left Control are more widely used due to Copying, Pasting, Cutting, etc. Suggestions are still welcome! I'm learning as I go, so, I'll try my best. =P

I was wondering... Would anyone here be willing to make this much more compatable with other applications? Like... Texter was coded with AHK scripts, and it works just fine in any program I've tested it on, even games. Couldn't this be changed to input the text the same way texter does? In turn making it more compatable with random programs out there.

Finished Programs / Re: DONE - IDEA: Program Lock / Protector
« on: September 26, 2009, 01:40 PM »
Though I might seem a bit impatient, I'm just making sure I'm not being completely overlooked... Noone's going to reply?... I'm sorry if I'm burdening anyone, I just want to become an active member here. (There's not much to post about for me, yet...)

Finished Programs / Re: DONE - IDEA: Program Lock / Protector
« on: September 24, 2009, 10:47 PM »
I have a problem when using this, it sucks up alot of resources (About 40%-70% CPU usage) when there's no windows locked, but when I lock even a single window it drops down to normal ranges and appears to idle like any other program... Any idea what's up?

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