Oops.. Sorry, I understood that trigger key would be the key before the hotstring.
It is now modified, with the Trigger key at the end, and the tooltip appears before you hit the trigger. If you don't hit it for 3 seconds, or don't hit it at all, it isn't replaced.
This is the new gui:
On the left, there is the list of the several hotstrings located on the file listed under "file to read".
This uses a listview, which means you can list the hotstrings by name if you think there are some repeated ones (although probably tomorrow i'll do a version that checks for that
"Create File!" button, immediatelly creates the new hotstrings file, using the options that are displayed.
Trigger editbox let's you choose which trigger to use. Leaving it blank means there is no trigger and the hotstrings are used right after you write them.
Time for the tooltip edit box lets you choose the time you want the tooltip to be displayed, for every hotstring.
File to write editbox has the name of the file to write. This can be either a relative to the location of the script path, or an absolute path.
File to read editbox has the name of the file to read. This can be either a relative to the location of the script path, or an absolute path.
The "Reload" button makes the gui be reloaded with the new options, which basically means that the listview will display the hotstrings from the "file to read" edit box, in case you've changed it.
You don't have to reload to apply the "file to read" option, you can change it and click "create file!", but the listview will only be updated if the reload button is pressed.
If the trigger method is used, the generated hotsrings script will be case-sensitive. Please check this post
for more information!
All the default configurations can be changed in the source file, in the variables at the beggining of the code, as in prior versions.
Selecting the non-gui version will use the default values, and closing the gui will cancel the creation of the new file.
Hope you like it!
.ahk file: http://donationcoder...ingScriptCreator.ahk
.exe file: http://donationcoder...ingScriptCreator.exe