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Author Topic: LabelControl  (Read 12613 times)

chrisk

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LabelControl
« on: September 17, 2006, 05:41:22 PM »
hi all,
i discovered LabelControl in the post/review on mouseless browsing.

I am just starting to explore and understand and wonder whether there's any place where instructions for modifying/extending the settings can be found. any practical instructions?

thanks for any help,
chrisk

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2006, 06:32:05 PM »
is there really nobody coming by this forum (let alone replying)?

to give an example of what i am looking for:
*can* one edit the Labelcontrol settings? how does one edit them for instance so that *toolbar*  items will be labeled (reachable via keyboard) on apps where menu bar items (those reachable via ALT+) are labeled, but nothing else (in my case: Foxmail)? what is "move the mouse" supposed to do?

thanks for any assistance for really using this potentially wonderful little program!!
chrisk
« Last Edit: September 26, 2006, 06:39:21 PM by chrisk »

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2006, 07:06:25 PM »
skrommel seems to be on a little vacation recently, but i suspect he'll be back soon so just give him a little time.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2006, 07:44:46 PM »
thanks for your reply, mouser!
no problem, now that i know..
much looking forward to further news!
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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2006, 08:18:11 AM »
Hi Chrisk,

did you ever get a reply? I am looking to get more stuff "interactivated" with LabelControl. I tried a few of the window controls on Microsoft's MSDN, but I must have the wrong codes or something, 'cause it didn't make any difference...

Cheers,

Neel

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #5 on: November 01, 2006, 10:27:56 AM »
no, unfortunately, still no answer...real pity, i took the people of donationcoder to be serious enough so i contributed (though i'm far from rich)...
oh well, hope never dies
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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #6 on: November 01, 2006, 12:40:38 PM »
I can't answer all your questions, since it's skrommel's app, but i can help you with some stuff i noticed now that i tried labelcontrol.

LabelControl's settings dialog seems to have been made for enormous screens. This means that on some screens the dialog doesn't completelly appear. So, you have press alt+o to close and save the settings dialog.
Also, the "move mouse" option, when selected, makes the mouse move to the control you activate with the keyboard (using label control).

I don't know about the other question you made, since i don't know much about the way skrommel did this program, but i hope the answer to the other questions will help.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #7 on: November 07, 2006, 08:05:22 AM »
thanks jgpaiva, what a wonderful surprise!!

so:
got your pointer re the settings dialogue (is ""listviews" the last entry category?) and the "mouse" checkbox.

the really fundamental (and, i'm afraid, very pedestrian) question i have is this:
how does one enter, what does one enter, according to what rule/syntax etc, into the different settings dialogue categories (that's the way, isn't it, to control what one manages to activate, in a given app, from the keyboard).

two simple examples:
with the default settings, Labelcontrol activates in Opera9 nothing else but the page caption boxes...and, unfortunately, in view of the fact that Ctrl+xyz are "reserved" hotkeys in Opera, then proceeds to do all kinds of things (ie it cancels out Labelcontrol). what now?
another ex.:
in Foxmail, all kinds of "good" things can be activated, but not the toolbar buttons...what now?

let's start with these simple issues, please (no need, obviously, to focus on the examples i'm using here, just some direction on where i could read up on how to control Labelcontrol through the settings would be GREAT).

thanks for your help!
chrisk

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #8 on: November 07, 2006, 09:58:07 AM »
is ""listviews" the last entry category?
I have no idea..  ;D My screen is too small to see. Actually, by checking out the code, i conclude that there's still one more: "treeviews".

the really fundamental (and, i'm afraid, very pedestrian) question i have is this:
how does one enter, what does one enter, according to what rule/syntax etc, into the different settings dialogue categories (that's the way, isn't it, to control what one manages to activate, in a given app, from the keyboard).
I belive that this isn't controllable per app, you just insert the controls you'd like to be able to use with the program. And i think that all the ones that exist are already there on the first launch. This means that  if something isn't detected, that's because ahk / LabelControl can't detect it (afaik).
If you'd like stuff not to be detected in opera, you'd have to make it not work for any app, as you can't choose in which apps this works. As for stuff not being detected on FoxMail, i'm sorry i can't help you since this is skrommel's program and i really don't know where'd get those values from...

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #9 on: November 08, 2006, 02:32:21 AM »
jgpaiva,
hi again and thx.
let me please ask again: what do you mean by "just insert the controls you'd like to be able to use"??
(seems to me that this is the real crux here...even skrommel himself, in a way, asked this when he said "And if someone knows how to extract the buttons from toolbars, the contents of Internet Explorer windows, and more, please let me know!" in the original thread
http://www.donationc...index.php?topic=3179
)

'nother way of saying this:
what _are_ these entries in the settings dialogue??? how does one add to them, or take stuff out?
(as far as app specific settings not being possible is concerned, well, no problem for the moment...maybe later we'll discover ways)

thanks again, chrisk

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #10 on: November 08, 2006, 10:33:42 AM »
Afaik, the stuff in the settings are the controls that labelcontrol is able to recognize.
Each of the entry stands for a type of command. I don't exactly know where they are defined, though. Still, most of them should be there already.


As for detecting which ones are which, you could try using window spy, which comes with autohotkey. That'll tell you what kind of control a control is.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #11 on: November 09, 2006, 03:44:44 AM »
hi jgpaiva,
aha!!! we're inching closer. :)

so these are autohotkey scripts (i was wondering what the choice between an exe and an ahk version was all about, and the disabled systray icon vaguely reminded me of something...).

now:
may i ask you and others "out there" whether they've already maybe "tinkered" with this app (ie whether they've managed to _extend_ or somehow _modify_ the default settings)???? [it would save me, i'm sure, an enormous amount of time, coz otherwise here i am having to learn ahk :-[ !!!)

thanks for any further pointers,
chrisk

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #12 on: November 09, 2006, 05:26:28 AM »
Yes, all of skrommel's apps are autohotkey scrips.

As for your question, i don't know. But i didn't, i only used it enough to answer your questions ;)

You don't actually have to learn ahk, i think. You could only use the "window spy" and edit label control's settings by removing what you don't want the script to recognize.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2006, 02:51:48 AM »
jgpaiva,
ah, good, thanks for the pointer.
and then:
do you, does anyone, know how to _add_ things one would wish LabelControl to recognize??
thanks for all,
chrisk

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #14 on: November 11, 2006, 04:11:06 AM »
do you, does anyone, know how to _add_ things one would wish LabelControl to recognize??

Sorry, i can't help you with that. Maybe you could ask at the ahk forum (www.autohotkey.com/forum) for some pointers on if ahk recognizes all types of controls or, if not, which ones does it recognize.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #15 on: December 19, 2006, 10:48:07 AM »
 :) Great feedback, chrisk!

Sorry for your troubles, but try the latest version of LabelControl, it addresses a lot of your problems.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #16 on: February 12, 2007, 09:02:02 AM »
I found LabelControl while looking for a IE mouseless browsing solution (similar to what's available for Firefox).  I thought I'd found it in LabelControl, but it appears that the hotkeys only appear for button controls.  What I'd like is for hotkeys to be attached to every html link in the page I'm browsing.  Can LabelControl do this?  Thanks.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #17 on: April 07, 2007, 03:47:01 PM »
 :) Not yet, anyway. I've found no information on how to access Internet Explorer's internals.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #18 on: October 08, 2012, 11:41:29 AM »
Hey, thanks for this awesome utility!

However, I feel uncomfortable with LCtrl as the hotkey, so I decided to change it to ScrollLock and I experienced troubles with that.
I have done changes in the following lines:
line #24:
~ScrollLock::
line #205:
  GetKeyState,state,ScrollLock,P
line #212:
~ScrollLock Up::

But now the utility works only from time to time.
Please, help.

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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #19 on: October 10, 2012, 05:48:07 PM »
Resolved fixed (thanks to Pulover):
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;LabelControl.ahk
; Overlays controls with a Number for direct access via Ctrl-Number
;Skrommel @2006

#SingleInstance,Force
#Persistent
#NoEnv
SetWinDelay,0
SetControlDelay,0
SetBatchLines,-1

applicationname=LabelControl

Gosub,INIREAD
Gosub,TRAYMENU

SysGet,thumbwidth,10 ;SM_CXHTHUMB
thumbwidth+=5
same=8
down=0
;WM_CTLCOLOREDIT:=0x0133
;OnMessage(0x0133,"WM_CTLCOLOREDIT")


ScrollLock::
If down=1
  Return
down=1

;----- Create window for the overlays
WinMove,ahk_id %guiid%,,0,0,0,0
Gui,Destroy
WinGet,winid,ID,A
WinGetPos,winx,winy,winw,winh,ahk_id %winid%
Gui,-Caption +Border +ToolWindow +AlwaysOnTop
Gui,Color,EEEEEE
Gui,Margin,0,0
Gui,Show,x0 y0 w0 h0 NoActivate,%applicationname%Gui
WinGet,guiid,ID,%applicationname%Gui
WinSet,TransColor,EEEEEE,ahk_id %guiid%
WinMove,ahk_id %guiid%,,-%winw%,-%winh%,%winw%,%winh%
WinMove,ahk_id %guiid%,,%winx%,%winy%

;----- Find menuitems
lines=
hMenu:=DllCall("GetMenu","UInt",winid)
menuitemcount:=DllCall("GetMenuItemCount","UInt",hMenu)
VarSetCapacity( rect, 16, 0 )
Loop,%menuitemcount%
{
  menuitem:=A_Index-1
  DllCall("GetMenuItemRect","UInt",winid,"UInt",hMenu,"UInt",menuitem,"UInt",&rect)
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
;  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
  line:=100000000+Floor((y1-winy)/same)*10000+x1-winx+4
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%0%A_Tab%WindowMenu`n
}


/*
;----- Find titlebar buttons
TITLEBARINFO
{
  DWORD cbSize;
  RECT rcTitleBar;
  DWORD rgstate[CCHILDREN_TITLEBAR+1];
}
DllCall("GetTitleBarInfo",UInt,winid,PTITLEBARINFO,pti)
);

Members:
  cbSize
Specifies the size, in bytes, of the structure. The caller must set this to sizeof(TITLEBARINFO).
  rcTitleBar
Pointer to a RECT structure that receives the coordinates of the title bar. These coordinates include all title-bar elements except the window menu.
  rgstate
Pointer to an array that receives a DWORD value for each element of the title bar. The following are the title bar elements represented by the array. Index Title Bar Element
0 The title bar itself.
1 Reserved.
2 Minimize button.
3 Maximize button.
4 Help button.
5 Close button.

Each array element is a combination of one or more of the following values.

Value Meaning
STATE_SYSTEM_FOCUSABLE The element can accept the focus.
STATE_SYSTEM_INVISIBLE The element is invisible.
STATE_SYSTEM_OFFSCREEN The element has no visible representation.
STATE_SYSTEM_UNAVAILABLE The element is unavailable.
STATE_SYSTEM_PRESSED The element is in the pressed state.
*/

;----- Find controls
WinGet,ctrls,ControlList,ahk_id %winid%
Loop,Parse,ctrls,`n
{
  class:=A_LoopField
  If class Not Contains %ignorecontrols%
  If class Contains %allcontrols%
  {
    ControlGet,ctrlid,Hwnd,,%class%,ahk_id %winid%
    ControlGet,style,Style,,,ahk_id %ctrlid%
    ControlGet,enabled,Enabled,,,ahk_id %ctrlid%
    ControlGet,visible,Visible,,,ahk_id %ctrlid%
    text=
    If (InStr(class,"Link"))
      ControlGetText,text,,ahk_id %ctrlid%
    SetFormat,Integer,Hex
    parent:=DllCall("GetParent","uint",ctrlid)
    WinGetClass,parentclass,ahk_id %parent%
    StringRight,style,style,1
    SetFormat,Integer,D

;    If !(InStr(class,"Edit") And InStr(parentclass,"Combo"))
    If !(InStr(class,"Link") And text="")
    If !(InStr(class,"Static"))
    If !(InStr(class,"Button") And style=0x7)
    If visible=1
    If enabled=1
    {
      ControlGetPos,ctrlx,ctrly,ctrlw,ctrlh,%class%,ahk_id %winid%
      If class Contains %toolbarcontrols%
        Gosub,TOOLBARBUTTONS
      Else
      If class Contains %tabcontrols%
        Gosub,TABITEMS
      Else
      If class Contains %headercontrols%
        Gosub,HEADERITEMS
      Else
      If class Contains SysListView
        Gosub,LISTVIEWITEMS
      Else
      If class Contains TreeView
        Gosub,TREEVIEWITEMS
      Else
      If class Contains %searchcontrols%
        Gosub,SEARCHCONTROL         
      Else
      If class Contains Combo
      {
        line:=100000000+Floor(ctrly/same)*10000+ctrlx
        lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n
        line:=100000000+Floor(ctrly/same)*10000+ctrlx+ctrlw-thumbwidth
        lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n
      }
      Else
      {
        line:=100000000+Floor(ctrly/same)*10000+ctrlx
        lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n
      }
    }
  }
}
Sort,lines
StringTrimRight,lines,lines,1

;----- Display numbers
counter=-1
Loop,Parse,lines,`n
{
  StringSplit,part_,A_LoopField,%A_Tab%
  StringMid,ctrly,part_1,2,4
  StringMid,ctrlx,part_1,6,4
  olddispx:=dispx
  olddispy:=dispy
  dispx:=ctrlx-4
  dispy:=ctrly*same-4
  If (olddispx=dispx And olddispy=dispy)
    Continue
  counter+=1
  GUi,Add,Edit,x%dispx% y%dispy%,%counter%
  control%counter%x:=ctrlx+5
  control%counter%y:=ctrly*same+5
  control%counter%class:=part_3
  control%counter%id:=part_2
}

;ToolTip,%lines%

;----- Input the number
number=
Loop
{
  Sleep,0
  digit=
  Loop
  {
    Sleep,0
    Input, key, L1
   If key is number
    {
      number=%digit%%key%
      If (StrLen(number)>StrLen(counter))
        number=
      ToolTip,%number%
      Sleep,200
    }
   If ErrorLevel = NewInput
      break
    digit=%number%
  }
  GetKeyState,state,ScrollLock,P
  If state=U
    Break
}
Return


ScrollLock Up::
If down=0
  Return
Input
Gui,Destroy
ToolTip,
down=0
If number=
  Return

;----- Activate the control
MouseGetPos,mousex,mousey
ctrlx:=control%number%x
ctrly:=control%number%y
class:=control%number%class
ctrlid:=control%number%id

If class Contains %focuscontrols%
  ControlFocus,,ahk_id %ctrlid%
Else
;If class Contains %tabcontrols%
;{
;  ControlFocus,,ahk_id %ctrlid%
;  Send,^{Tab}
;}
;Else
;If class Contains %toolbarcontrols%
  MouseClick,Left,% ctrlx+4,% ctrly+4,1,0
;Else
;  MouseClick,Left,%ctrlx%,%ctrly%,1,0
;  ControlClick,,ahk_id %ctrlid%

If movemouse=1
  MouseMove,% ctrlx+4,% ctrly+4,0
Else
  MouseMove,%mousex%,%mousey%,0
Return


LISTVIEWITEMS:
;SetFormat,Integer,D
hw_target:=winid
x1=
x2=
y1=
LVM_GETITEMCOUNT:=0x1004
LVM_FIRST:=0x1000
LVM_GETSUBITEMRECT:=LVM_FIRST + 56
LVM_GETITEMRECT:=0x1000
LVIR_BOUNDS:=LVM_FIRST + 14
LVIR_ICON:=0x0001
LVIR_LABEL:=0x0002
LVIR_SELECTBOUNDS:=0x0003
LVS_SORTASCENDING:=0x10
LVS_SORTDESCENDING:=0x20
LVM_SCROLL:=LVM_FIRST + 20
LVM_GETITEMRECT:=4110
LVM_GETITEMPOSITION:=4112

LVM_GETITEMCOUNT:=4100
SendMessage,%LVM_GETITEMCOUNT%,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
buttons:=ErrorLevel
VarSetCapacity( rect, 16, 0 )

WinGet, pid_target, PID, ahk_id %hw_target%
hp_explorer := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                    , "uint", 0x18                           ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION|PROCESS_VM_READ
                    , "int", false
                    , "uint", pid_target )

Loop,%buttons%
{
  remote_buffer := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                      , "uint", hp_explorer
                      , "uint", 0
                      , "uint", 0x1000
                      , "uint", 0x1000                        ; MEM_COMMIT
                      , "uint", 0x4 )                           ; PAGE_READWRITE
 
  SendMessage,%LVM_GETITEMRECT%,% A_Index-1,%remote_buffer%,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%

  result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                , "uint", hp_explorer
                , "uint", remote_buffer
                , "uint", &rect
                , "uint", 16
                , "uint", 0 )
  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
;  x1+=0
;  x2+=0
;  lv_row_w := x2-x1
;  lv_row_h := y2-y1
;   MsgBox, lv_row_h: %lv_row_h% y1: %y1% y2: %y2%
;   MsgBox, lv_row_w: %lv_row_h% x1: %x1% x2: %x2%
;
  If (x1=oldx1 And y1=oldy1 And x2=oldx2)
    Continue
  If (x2-x1<10)
    Continue
  If (x1>ctrlw Or y1>ctrlh Or x1<0 Or y1<0)
    Continue

x1:=x1+20
y1:=y1+4
  line:=100000000+Floor((ctrly+y1)/same)*10000+ctrlx+x1 ;+thumbwidth
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n

result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                 , "uint", hp_explorer
                 , "uint", remote_buffer
                 , "uint", 0
                 , "uint", 0x8000 )                           ; MEM_RELEASE
}
result := DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", hp_explorer )
Return



TREEVIEWITEMS:
;SetFormat,Integer,D
hw_target:=winid
x1=
x2=
y1=
LVM_GETITEMCOUNT:=0x1004
LVM_FIRST:=0x1000
LVM_GETSUBITEMRECT:=LVM_FIRST + 56
LVM_GETITEMRECT:=0x1000
LVIR_BOUNDS:=LVM_FIRST + 14
LVIR_ICON:=0x0001
LVIR_LABEL:=0x0002
LVIR_SELECTBOUNDS:=0x0003
LVS_SORTASCENDING:=0x10
LVS_SORTDESCENDING:=0x20
LVM_SCROLL:=LVM_FIRST + 20
LVM_GETITEMRECT:=4110
LVM_GETITEMPOSITION:=4112
TVM_GETITEMRECT:=4356
TVM_GETVISIBLECOUNT:=4368

SendMessage,%TVM_GETVISIBLECOUNT%,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
buttons=%ErrorLevel%


;TVM_GETNEXTITEM TVGN_FIRSTVISIBLE
SendMessage,0x110A,5,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
item=%ErrorLevel%

TVM_GETITEMHEIGHT := 0x1100 + 28
SendMessage,%TVM_GETITEMHEIGHT%,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
nodeheight=%ErrorLevel%

/*
VarSetCapacity( rect, 16, 0 )

WinGet, pid_target, PID, ahk_id %hw_target%

hp_explorer := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                    , "uint", 0x18                           ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION|PROCESS_VM_READ
                    , "int", false
                    , "uint", pid_target )
*/

y1:=-nodeheight+4
Loop,%buttons%
{
  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1:=1
  x2:=11
  y1+=%nodeheight%
;MsgBox,%y1% - %nodeheight%

/*

  remote_buffer := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                      , "uint", hp_explorer
                      , "uint", 0
                      , "uint", 0x1000
                      , "uint", 0x1000                        ; MEM_COMMIT
                      , "uint", 0x4 )                           ; PAGE_READWRITE
 
  ;get root
  SendMessage,0x110A,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
  root:=ErrorLevel
   
  ;get current selection
  SendMessage,0x110A,9,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
  item:=ErrorLevel

  InsertInteger(item,rect,0)
  result  := DllCall( "WriteProcessMemory"
                  ,"uint", hp_explorer
                  ,"uint", remote_buffer
                  ,"uint", &rect
                  ,"uint", 16
                  ,"uint", 0 )

  ;get rectangle
  SendMessage,%TVM_GETITEMRECT%,1,%remote_buffer%,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%

  result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                , "uint", hp_explorer
                , "uint", remote_buffer
                , "uint", &rect
                , "uint", 16
                , "uint", 0 )
  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
MsgBox,%item%-%x1%-%x2%-%y1%
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
;  x1+=0
;  x2+=0
;  lv_row_w := x2-x1
;  lv_row_h := y2-y1
;   MsgBox, lv_row_h: %lv_row_h% y1: %y1% y2: %y2%
;   MsgBox, lv_row_w: %lv_row_h% x1: %x1% x2: %x2%
;

*/
  If (x1=oldx1 And y1=oldy1 And x2=oldx2)
    Continue
  If (x2-x1<10)
    Continue
  If (x1>ctrlw Or y1>ctrlh)
    Continue

x1:=x1+20
  line:=100000000+Floor((ctrly+y1)/same)*10000+ctrlx+x1 ;+thumbwidth
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n

/*
result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                 , "uint", hp_explorer
                 , "uint", remote_buffer
                 , "uint", 0
                 , "uint", 0x8000 )                           ; MEM_RELEASE
*/
}
;result := DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", hp_explorer )
Return




TREEVIEWITEMS_OLD:
;SetFormat,Integer,D
hw_target:=winid
WinGet, pid_target, PID, ahk_id %hw_target%
x1=
x2=
y1=
LVM_FIRST:=0x1000
LVM_GETSUBITEMRECT:=LVM_FIRST + 56
LVM_GETITEMRECT:=0x1000
LVIR_BOUNDS:=LVM_FIRST + 14
LVIR_ICON:=0x0001
LVIR_LABEL:=0x0002
LVIR_SELECTBOUNDS:=0x0003
LVS_SORTASCENDING:=0x10
LVS_SORTDESCENDING:=0x20
LVM_SCROLL:=LVM_FIRST + 20
TVM_GETITEMRECT:=4356

VarSetCapacity(rect,16,1)

hp_explorer := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                    , "uint", 0x18                           ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION|PROCESS_VM_READ
                    , "int", false
                    , "uint", pid_target )

Loop,1
{
  remote_buffer := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                    , "uint", hp_explorer
                    , "uint", 0
                    , "uint", 0x1000
                    , "uint", 0x1000                        ; MEM_COMMIT
                    , "uint", 0x4 )                           ; PAGE_READWRITE

  ;get root
  SendMessage,0x110A,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
  root:=ErrorLevel
   
  ;get current selection
  SendMessage,0x110A,9,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
  item:=ErrorLevel

  InsertInteger(root,rect,0)
ControlGet,ctrlid,Hwnd,,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
;DllCall("SendMessage",UInt,ctrlid,UInt,TVM_GETITEMRECT,UInt,1,UInt,rect)

  SendMessage,%TVM_GETITEMRECT%,1,%rect%,,ahk_id %ctrlid% ;%hw_target%

  result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                , "uint", hp_explorer
                , "uint", remote_buffer
                , "uint", &rect
                , "uint", 16
                , "uint", 0 )

  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
MsgBox,%root%;%item%;%x1%;%x2%;%y1%
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
;  x1+=0
;  x2+=0
;  lv_row_w := x2-x1
;  lv_row_h := y2-y1
;   MsgBox, lv_row_h: %lv_row_h% y1: %y1% y2: %y2%
;   MsgBox, lv_row_w: %lv_row_h% x1: %x1% x2: %x2%
;
;  If (x1=oldx1 And y1=oldy1 And x2=oldx2)
;    Continue
;  If (x2-x1<10)
;    Continue
;  If (x1>ctrlw Or y1>ctrlh)
;    Continue
  line:=100000000+Floor((ctrly+y1)/same)*10000+ctrlx+x1 ;+thumbwidth
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n

  result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                   , "uint", hp_explorer
                   , "uint", remote_buffer
                   , "uint", 0
                   , "uint", 0x8000 )                           ; MEM_RELEASE
}
result := DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", hp_explorer )
Return





TREEVIEWITEMS_NEW:
   GetHandles()   ;get handles of Explorer and TreeView
   MsgBox % GetTVPath()   
return

;------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Get the text of the root item (usualy My Documents)
GetTVPath()
{
   global
   local bufID, r_tvi, txt, item, epath, root

   ;open remote buffers
   bufID   := RemoteBuf_Open(hwEx, 64)
    bufAdr   := RemoteBuf_GetAdr(bufID)

   r_tvi   := RemoteBuf_Open(hwEx, 40)
   r_adr   := RemoteBuf_GetAdr(r_tvi)

   ;get root
   SendMessage 0x110A,   0, 0, ,ahk_id %hwTV%
   root = %ErrorLevel%
   
   ;get current selection
   SendMessage 0x110A,   9, 0, ,ahk_id %hwTV%
   item = %ErrorLevel%


   VarSetCapacity(sTV,   40, 1)     ;10x4 = 40
   InsertInteger(0x011,   sTV, 0)    ;set mask to TVIF_TEXT | TVIF_HANDLE  = 0x001 | 0x0010
   InsertInteger(bufAdr,  sTV, 16)  ;set txt pointer
   InsertInteger(127,     sTV, 20)  ;set txt size
 
 
  TVM_GETITEMRECT:=4356

TVM_GETITEMCOUNT:=0x1004

   VarSetCapacity(txt, 64, 1)
   loop
   {
      ;set TVITEM item handle
      InsertInteger(item, sTV, 4)   
      RemoteBuf_Write(r_tvi, sTV, 40)

      ;send tv_getitem message
      SendMessage 0x110C, 0, r_adr ,, ahk_id %hwTV%
      hItem:=ErrorLevel
      ;read from remote buffer and append the path
      RemoteBuf_Read(bufID, txt, 64 )

      SendMessage,%TVM_GETITEMRECT%,%hItem%,%r_adr%,,ahk_id %hwTV%
     
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &r_adr, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &r_adr, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &r_adr, 4 )

      MsgBox,%x1% - %hItem%


      ;check for the drive
      StringGetPos i, txt, :
      if i > 0
      {
         StringMid txt, txt, i, 2
         epath = %txt%\%epath%
         break
      }
      else
         epath = %txt%\%epath%

      ;get parent   TVGN_PARENT = 3
      SendMessage 0x110A,   3, item, ,ahk_id %hwTV%
      item = %ErrorLevel%
      if (item = root)
         break
   }

   RemoteBuf_Close( bufID )
   RemoteBuf_Close( r_tvi )

   StringLeft epath, epath, strlen(epath)-1
   return epath
}

;------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Get Explorer and its TreeView handle
GetHandles()
{
   global
   ;get tree view handle
   hwEx   := WinExist("ahk_class ExploreWClass")

   hwTV   := FindWindowExId(hwEx, "BaseBar", 0)
   hwTV   := FindWindowExID(hwTV, "ReBarWindow32", 0)
   hwTV   := FindWindowExID(hwTV, "SysTreeView32", 100)
}

;------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Iterate through controls with the same class, find the one with ctrlID and return its handle
; Used for finding a specific control
;
FindWindowExID(dlg, className, ctrlId)
{
   local ctrl, id

   ctrl = 0
   Loop
   {
      ctrl := DllCall("FindWindowEx", "uint", dlg, "uint", ctrl, "str", className, "uint", 0 )
      if (ctrlId = "0")
      {
         return ctrl
      }

      if (ctrl != "0")
      {
         id := DllCall( "GetDlgCtrlID", "uint", ctrl )
         if (id = ctrlId)
            return ctrl             
      }
      else
         return 0
   }

}


InsertInteger(pInteger, ByRef pDest, pOffset = 0, pSize = 4)
; The caller must ensure that pDest has sufficient capacity.  To preserve any existing contents in pDest,
; only pSize number of bytes starting at pOffset are altered in it.
{
   Loop %pSize%  ; Copy each byte in the integer into the structure as raw binary data.
      DllCall("RtlFillMemory", "UInt", &pDest + pOffset + A_Index-1, "UInt", 1, "UChar", pInteger >> 8*(A_Index-1) & 0xFF)
}

;---------------------------------------------
; Open remote buffer
;
; ARGUMENTS: p_handle   - HWND of buffer host
;          p_size      - Size of the buffer
;
; Returns   buffer handle (>0)
;         -1 if unable to open process
;         -2 if unable to get memory
;--------------------------------------------
RemoteBuf_Open(p_handle, p_size)
{
   global
   local proc_hwnd, bufAdr, pid

   
   WinGet, pid, PID, ahk_id %p_handle%
   proc_hwnd := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                         , "uint", 0x38            ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION | PROCESS_VM_READ | PROCESS_VM_WRITE (0x0020)
                         , "int", false
                         , "uint", pid )

   if proc_hwnd = 0
      return -1
       
   bufAdr   := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                        , "uint", proc_hwnd
                        , "uint", 0
                        , "uint", p_size         ; SIZE
                        , "uint", 0x1000            ; MEM_COMMIT
                        , "uint", 0x4 )            ; PAGE_READWRITE
   
   if bufAdr =
      return -2

   RemoteBuf_idx += 1
   RemoteBuf_%RemoteBuf_idx%_handle  := proc_hwnd
   RemoteBuf_%RemoteBuf_idx%_size     := p_size
   RemoteBuf_%RemoteBuf_idx%_adr     := bufAdr

   return RemoteBuf_idx
}

;----------------------------------------------------
; Close remote buffer.
;----------------------------------------------------
RemoteBuf_Close(p_bufHandle)
{
   global
   local handle, adr

   handle   := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_handle
   adr      := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_adr

   if handle = 0
      return 0

    result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                     , "uint", handle
                     , "uint", adr
                     , "uint", 0
                     , "uint", 0x8000 )            ; MEM_RELEASE
   

   DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", handle )

   RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_adr       =
   RemoteBuf_%RemoteBuf_idx%_size    =
   RemoteBuf_%RemoteBuf_idx%_handle =

   return result
}
;----------------------------------------------------
; Read remote buffer and return buffer
;----------------------------------------------------
RemoteBuf_Read(p_bufHandle, byref p_localBuf, p_size, p_offset = 0)
{
   global
   local handle, adr, size, localBuf

   handle   := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_handle
   adr      := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_adr
   size   := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_size


   if (handle = 0) or (adr = 0) or (offset >= size)
      return -1

    result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                  , "uint", handle
                  , "uint", adr + p_offset
                  , "uint", &p_localBuf
                  , "uint", p_size
                  , "uint", 0 )
   
   return result
}

;----------------------------------------------------
; Write to remote buffer, local buffer p_local.
;----------------------------------------------------
RemoteBuf_Write(p_bufHandle, byref p_local, p_size, p_offset=0)
{
   global
   local handle, adr, size

   handle   := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_handle
   adr      := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_adr
   size   := RemoteBuf_%p_bufHandle%_size
   

   if (handle = 0) or (adr = 0) or (offset >= size)
      return -1

   result  := DllCall( "WriteProcessMemory"
                  ,"uint", handle
                  ,"uint", adr + p_offset
                  ,"uint", &p_local
                  ,"uint", p_size
                  ,"uint", 0 )

   return result
}


RemoteBuf_GetAdr(p_handle)
{
   global
   return    RemoteBuf_%p_handle%_adr
}

RemoteBuf_GetSize(p_handle)
{
   global
   return    RemoteBuf_%p_handle%_size
}



TOOLBARBUTTONS:
;SetFormat,Integer,D
hw_target:=winid
WinGet, pid_target, PID, ahk_id %hw_target%
hp_explorer := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                    , "uint", 0x18                           ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION|PROCESS_VM_READ
                    , "int", false
                    , "uint", pid_target )
remote_buffer := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                    , "uint", hp_explorer
                    , "uint", 0
                    , "uint", 0x1000
                    , "uint", 0x1000                        ; MEM_COMMIT
                    , "uint", 0x4 )                           ; PAGE_READWRITE
x1=
x2=
y1=
WM_USER:=0x400
TB_GETITEMRECT:=WM_USER+29
TB_BUTTONCOUNT:=WM_USER+24
SendMessage,%TB_BUTTONCOUNT%,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
buttons:=ErrorLevel
VarSetCapacity( rect, 16, 0 )

Loop,%buttons%
{
  SendMessage,%TB_GETITEMRECT%,% A_Index-1,remote_buffer,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
 
  result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                , "uint", hp_explorer
                , "uint", remote_buffer
                , "uint", &rect
                , "uint", 16
                , "uint", 0 )
  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
;  x1+=0
;  x2+=0
;  lv_row_w := x2-x1
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
;  lv_row_h := y2-y1
;   MsgBox, lv_row_h: %lv_row_h% y1: %y1% y2: %y2%
;   MsgBox, lv_row_w: %lv_row_h% x1: %x1% x2: %x2%

  If (x1=oldx1 And y1=oldy1 And x2=oldx2)
    Continue
  If (x2-x1<10)
    Continue
  If (x1>ctrlw Or y1>ctrlh)
    Continue
  line:=100000000+Floor((ctrly+y1)/same)*10000+ctrlx+x1
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n
}
result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                 , "uint", hp_explorer
                 , "uint", remote_buffer
                 , "uint", 0
                 , "uint", 0x8000 )                           ; MEM_RELEASE
result := DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", hp_explorer )
Return


TABITEMS:
;SetFormat,Integer,D
hw_target:=winid
WinGet, pid_target, PID, ahk_id %hw_target%
hp_explorer := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                    , "uint", 0x18                           ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION|PROCESS_VM_READ
                    , "int", false
                    , "uint", pid_target )
remote_buffer := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                    , "uint", hp_explorer
                    , "uint", 0
                    , "uint", 0x1000
                    , "uint", 0x1000                        ; MEM_COMMIT
                    , "uint", 0x4 )                           ; PAGE_READWRITE
x1=
x2=
y1=
WM_USER:=0x400
TCM_GETITEMRECT:=0x130A
TCM_GETITEMCOUNT:=0x1304
SendMessage,%TCM_GETITEMCOUNT%,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
buttons:=ErrorLevel
VarSetCapacity( rect, 16, 0 )

Loop,%buttons%
{
  SendMessage,%TCM_GETITEMRECT%,% A_Index-1,remote_buffer,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
 
  result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                , "uint", hp_explorer
                , "uint", remote_buffer
                , "uint", &rect
                , "uint", 16
                , "uint", 0 )
  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
;  x1+=0
;  x2+=0
;  lv_row_w := x2-x1
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
;  lv_row_h := y2-y1
;   MsgBox, lv_row_h: %lv_row_h% y1: %y1% y2: %y2%
;   MsgBox, lv_row_w: %lv_row_h% x1: %x1% x2: %x2%

  If (x1=oldx1 And y1=oldy1 And x2=oldx2)
    Continue
  If (x2-x1<10)
    Continue
  If (x1>ctrlw Or y1>ctrlh)
    Continue
  line:=100000000+Floor((ctrly+y1)/same)*10000+ctrlx+x1
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n
}
result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                 , "uint", hp_explorer
                 , "uint", remote_buffer
                 , "uint", 0
                 , "uint", 0x8000 )                           ; MEM_RELEASE
result := DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", hp_explorer )
Return


HEADERITEMS:
;SetFormat,Integer,D
hw_target:=winid
WinGet, pid_target, PID, ahk_id %hw_target%
hp_explorer := DllCall( "OpenProcess"
                    , "uint", 0x18                           ; PROCESS_VM_OPERATION|PROCESS_VM_READ
                    , "int", false
                    , "uint", pid_target )
remote_buffer := DllCall( "VirtualAllocEx"
                    , "uint", hp_explorer
                    , "uint", 0
                    , "uint", 0x1000
                    , "uint", 0x1000                        ; MEM_COMMIT
                    , "uint", 0x4 )                           ; PAGE_READWRITE
x1=
x2=
y1=
WM_USER:=0x400
HDM_FIRST:=0x1200
HDM_GETITEMRECT:=HDM_FIRST+7
HDM_GETITEMCOUNT:=4608
SendMessage,%HDM_GETITEMCOUNT%,0,0,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
buttons:=ErrorLevel
;MsgBox,%buttons%
VarSetCapacity( rect, 16, 0 )

Loop,%buttons%
{
  SendMessage,%HDM_GETITEMRECT%,% A_Index-1,remote_buffer,%class%,ahk_id %hw_target%
 
  result := DllCall( "ReadProcessMemory"
                , "uint", hp_explorer
                , "uint", remote_buffer
                , "uint", &rect
                , "uint", 16
                , "uint", 0 )
  oldx1:=x1
  oldx2:=x2
  oldy1:=y1
  x1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 0 )
  x2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 8 )
  y1 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 4 )
;  x1+=0
;  x2+=0
;  lv_row_w := x2-x1
;  y2 := DecodeInteger( "int4", &rect, 12 )
;  lv_row_h := y2-y1
;   MsgBox, lv_row_h: %lv_row_h% y1: %y1% y2: %y2%
;   MsgBox, lv_row_w: %lv_row_h% x1: %x1% x2: %x2%

  If (x1=oldx1 And y1=oldy1 And x2=oldx2)
    Continue
  If (x2-x1<10)
    Continue
  If (x1>ctrlw Or y1>ctrlh)
    Continue
  line:=100000000+Floor((ctrly+y1)/same)*10000+ctrlx+x2-thumbwidth
  lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n
}
result := DllCall( "VirtualFreeEx"
                 , "uint", hp_explorer
                 , "uint", remote_buffer
                 , "uint", 0
                 , "uint", 0x8000 )                           ; MEM_RELEASE
result := DllCall( "CloseHandle", "uint", hp_explorer )
Return


DecodeInteger( p_type, p_address, p_offset, p_hex=true ) ;By shimanov at http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8840
{
   old_FormatInteger := A_FormatInteger

   if ( p_hex )
      SetFormat, Integer, hex
   else
      SetFormat, Integer, dec
       
   sign := InStr( p_type, "u", false )^1
   
   StringRight, size, p_type, 1
   
   loop, %size%
      value += ( *( ( p_address+p_offset )+( A_Index-1 ) ) << ( 8*( A_Index-1 ) ) )
       
   if ( sign and size <= 4 and *( p_address+p_offset+( size-1 ) ) & 0x80 )
      value := -( ( ~value+1 ) & ( ( 2**( 8*size ) )-1 ) )
       
   SetFormat, Integer, %old_FormatInteger%

   return, value
}


SEARCHCONTROL:
x:=ctrlx
y:=ctrly+ctrlh/2
backcolor:=0xECE9D8
minspacewidth:=2
spacewidth:=minspacewidth
counter:=1
Loop
{
  x+=3
  If (x>ctrlw)
    Break
  PixelGetColor,color,%x%,%y%,RGB
  difference:=COMPARE(color,backcolor)

  If (difference<=10)
  {
    spacewidth+=1
    If spacewidth>49
      Break
  }
 
  If (difference>10 And spacewidth>=minspacewidth)
  {
    right:=x

    line:=100000000+Floor(ctrly/same)*10000+x
    lines=%lines%%line%%A_Tab%%ctrlid%%A_Tab%%class%`n

    counter+=1
    spacewidth:=0
  }
}
Return


COMPARE(color1,color2)
{
  Loop,2
  {
    param:=A_Index
    StringTrimLeft,color%param%,color%param%,2
    Loop,3
    {
      StringLeft,c%param%%A_Index%,color%param%,2
      value:=c%param%%A_Index%
      c%param%%A_Index%=0x%value%
      StringTrimLeft,color%param%,color%param%,2
    }
  }
  difference:=(Abs(c11-c21)+Abs(c12-c22)+Abs(c13-c23))/3
  Return difference
}


INIREAD:
IfNotExist,%applicationname%.ini
{
  movemouse=0
  focuscontrols=Edit,Internet Explorer_Server,CalWndMain,TextViewer,CmboBx,TrackBar,DirectUI
  clickcontrols=Button,UpDown,ScrollBar,Link,Control,BitBtn,CheckBox,QWidget,List,Combo,Tree
  tabcontrols=Tab,PageControl
  headercontrols=Header
  toolbarcontrols=Toolbar,SysPager
  searchcontrols=
  ignorecontrols=ComboBoxEx
  listviews=ListView,LBox
  treeviews=TreeView
  Gosub,INIWRITE
}
IniRead,movemouse,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,movemouse
IniRead,focuscontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,focuscontrols
IniRead,clickcontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,clickcontrols
IniRead,tabcontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,tabcontrols
IniRead,headercontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,headercontrols
IniRead,toolbarcontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,toolbarcontrols
IniRead,searchcontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,searchcontrols
IniRead,ignorecontrols,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,ignorecontrols
IniRead,listviews,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,listviews
IniRead,treeviews,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,treeviews
allcontrols=%focuscontrols%,%clickcontrols%,%tabcontrols%,%headercontrols%,%toolbarcontrols%,%searchcontrols%,%listviews%,%treeviews%
Return

INIWRITE:
IniWrite,%movemouse%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,movemouse
IniWrite,%focuscontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,focuscontrols
IniWrite,%clickcontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,clickcontrols
IniWrite,%tabcontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,tabcontrols
IniWrite,%headercontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,headercontrols
IniWrite,%toolbarcontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,toolbarcontrols
IniWrite,%searchcontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,searchcontrols
IniWrite,%ignorecontrols%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,ignorecontrols
IniWrite,%listviews%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,listviews
IniWrite,%treeviews%,%applicationname%.ini,Settings,treeviews
Return


TRAYMENU:
Menu,Tray,NoStandard
Menu,Tray,DeleteAll
Menu,Tray,Add,%applicationname%,SWAP
Menu,Tray,Add,
Menu,Tray,Add,&Enabled,SWAP
Menu,Tray,Add,
Menu,Tray,Add,&Settings...,SETTINGS
Menu,Tray,Add,&About...,ABOUT
Menu,Tray,Add,E&xit,EXIT
Menu,Tray,Check,&Enabled
Menu,Tray,Default,%applicationname%
Menu,Tray,Tip,%applicationname%
Return


SWAP:
Menu,Tray,ToggleCheck,&Enabled
Suspend,Toggle
Return


SETTINGS:
Gui,Destroy
Gui,Margin,30,40
Gui,Add,Tab,x10 y10 w520 h370,Settings|Focus|Click|Tab|Toolbar|Header|Search|Listview|Treeview|Ignore
Gui,Tab,Settings,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h50,&Mouse &action
Gui,Add,CheckBox,xm yp+20 Checked%movemouse% vvmovemouse,Move the mouse to the control

Gui,Tab,Focus,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,Controls to &Focus
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvfocuscontrols,%focuscontrols%

Gui,Tab,Click,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,Controls to &Click
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvclickcontrols,%clickcontrols%

Gui,Tab,Tab,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,&Tab controls
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvtabcontrols,%tabcontrols%

Gui,Tab,Toolbar,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,Tool&bar controls
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvtoolbarcontrols,%toolbarcontrols%

Gui,Tab,Header,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,&Header controls
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvheadercontrols,%headercontrols%

Gui,Tab,Search,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,&Search controls
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvsearchcontrols,%searchcontrols%

Gui,Tab,Listview,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,&Listviews
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvlistviews,%listviews%

Gui,Tab,Treeview,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,&Treeviews
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvtreeviews,%treeviews%

Gui,Tab,Ignore,,Exact
Gui,Add,GroupBox,xm-10 y+20 w500 h320,Controls to &ignore
Gui,Add,Edit,xm yp+20 w480 h290 vvignorecontrols,%ignorecontrols%

Gui,Tab
Gui,Add,Button,xm y+30 w75 GSETTINGSOK,&OK
Gui,Add,Button,x+5 w75 GSETTINGSCANCEL,&Cancel
Gui,Show,,%applicationname% Settings
Return

SETTINGSOK:
Gui,Submit
movemouse:=vmovemouse
focuscontrols:=vfocuscontrols
clickcontrols:=vclickcontrols
tabcontrols:=vtabcontrols
toolbarcontrols:=vtoolbarcontrols
searchcontrols:=vsearchcontrols
ignorecontrols:=vignorecontrols
Gosub,INIWRITE
Return

SETTINGSCANCEL:
Gui,Destroy
Return


ABOUT:
Gui,99:Destroy
Gui,99:Margin,20,20
Gui,99:Add,Picture,xm Icon1,%applicationname%.exe
Gui,99:Font,Bold
Gui,99:Add,Text,x+10 yp+10,%applicationname% v1.6
Gui,99:Font
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,Overlays controls with a Number for direct access via Ctrl-Number
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,- Hold Ctrl, write the number, release Ctrl.
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,- Change the settings using Settings in the tray menu.
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,- To add more controls, use Window Spy included with AutoHotkey
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+5,to find the class of the control, and add it to the proper tab.

Gui,99:Add,Picture,xm y+20 Icon5,%applicationname%.exe
Gui,99:Font,Bold
Gui,99:Add,Text,x+10 yp+10,1 Hour Software by Skrommel
Gui,99:Font
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,For more tools, information and donations, please visit
Gui,99:Font,CBlue Underline
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+5 G1HOURSOFTWARE,www.1HourSoftware.com
Gui,99:Font

Gui,99:Add,Picture,xm y+20 Icon7,%applicationname%.exe
Gui,99:Font,Bold
Gui,99:Add,Text,x+10 yp+10,DonationCoder
Gui,99:Font
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,Please support the contributors at
Gui,99:Font,CBlue Underline
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+5 GDONATIONCODER,www.DonationCoder.com
Gui,99:Font

Gui,99:Add,Picture,xm y+20 Icon6,%applicationname%.exe
Gui,99:Font,Bold
Gui,99:Add,Text,x+10 yp+10,AutoHotkey
Gui,99:Font
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+10,This tool was made using the powerful
Gui,99:Font,CBlue Underline
Gui,99:Add,Text,y+5 GAUTOHOTKEY,www.AutoHotkey.com
Gui,99:Font

Gui,99:Show,,%applicationname% About
hCurs:=DllCall("LoadCursor","UInt",NULL,"Int",32649,"UInt") ;IDC_HAND
OnMessage(0x200,"WM_MOUSEMOVE")
Return

1HOURSOFTWARE:
  Run,http://www.1hoursoftware.com,,UseErrorLevel
Return

DONATIONCODER:
  Run,http://www.donationcoder.com,,UseErrorLevel
Return

AUTOHOTKEY:
  Run,http://www.autohotkey.com,,UseErrorLevel
Return

99GuiClose:
  Gui,99:Destroy
  OnMessage(0x200,"")
  DllCall("DestroyCursor","Uint",hCur)
Return

WM_MOUSEMOVE(wParam,lParam)
{
  Global hCurs
  MouseGetPos,,,,ctrl
  If ctrl in Static11,Static15,Static19
    DllCall("SetCursor","UInt",hCurs)
  Return
}
Return


EXIT:
ExitApp


WM_CTLCOLOREDIT1(wParam,lParam)
{
  ToolTip,Black
  BLACK_BRUSH:=3
  brush:=DllCall("Gdi32\GetStockObject","UInt",BLACK_BRUSH,"UInt")
  Return &brush
}

WM_CTLCOLOREDIT(wParam,lParam)
{
  SetFormat,Integer,Hex
    hdc:=wParam
    ut:=DllCall("SetTextColor","UInt",hdc,"UInt",0xFF0000)
    ut:=DllCall("SetBkColor","UInt",hdc,"UInt",0xFFFF00)
    COLOR_3DHILIGHT:=20
    brush:=DllCall("GetSysColorBrush","UInt",COLOR_3DHILIGHT)
  ToolTip,COLOR-%brush%-%ut%
    Return brush
}



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Re: LabelControl
« Reply #20 on: May 12, 2015, 10:52:28 AM »
Hi everybody,

sorry to revive this zombie thread, but I've been experiencing annoying problems with the otherwise wonderful LabelControl application for a long time and now I just wanted to share my solutions with other users.

Problem: German keyboards (and likely some others) come with an AltGr key. AltGr is always interpreted by the OS / by AHK as Ctrl+Alt, so LabelControl always pops up and interferes even if you just want to type for example the the "[" symbol, which is on AltGr+8 on a German keyboard (the non-numpad 8, that is) . Sometimes LabelControl's labels are stuck on the screen after that, too.

Solution: I added another GetKeyState check for the Alt key state into the loop that starts around line 203/204:
Code: Autohotkey [Select]
  1. ;----- Input the number
  2. number=
  3. {
  4.   Sleep,0
  5.   digit=0
  6.   Loop,10
  7.   {
  8.     Sleep,0
  9.     GetKeyState,state,%digit%,P
  10.     GetKeyState,numpadstate,Numpad%digit%,P
  11.     GetKeyState,altstate,Alt,P
  12.     If (altstate="U") {
  13.       If (state="D" Or numpadstate="D" )
  14.       {
  15.         number=%number%%digit%
  16.         If (StrLen(number)>StrLen(counter))
  17.           number=
  18.         ToolTip,%number%
  19.         Sleep,200
  20.       }
  21.       digit+=1
  22.     }
  23.   }
  24.   GetKeyState,state,LCtrl,P
  25.   If state=U
  26.     Break
  27. }
  28. Return

Now if I hold the AltGr key to type a special char, LabelControl's labels pop up, but since the Alt key is down, LabelControl ignores the number being typed and the desired char is typed.

Let me know if this is of any help to anybody  :D :Thmbsup:

Oh and I added another quick'n'dirty hack to prevent IE9+ from crashing, see this other thread (by disabling LabelControl in IE windows).

Skrommel, thank you for this wonderful tool!

Cheers

Phil
« Last Edit: May 13, 2015, 04:16:14 AM by fafaffeldifuffle »