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The 'original hotkey' can only be one of the different mouse clicks. So if I make a keyboard shortcut, I will still have to set it up (with autohotkey) so that it will emulate the mouse click.

I however do like to have the middle button for other purposes.. So any ideas?

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I've googled all over the place and haven't been able to find a way to assign a alternate shortcut to trigger instant viewer (part of the microsoft mouse software). Even just ctrl+middle button is better than just middle button. It is quite an usable way to switch apps. So can someone find a method?

ps. I find it most curious that there is no mention even in the autohotkey forums.

rojer_31

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I can't get this to work in Win 7 x64. I am not running everything as a service but the plugin is simply not detecting thst evernote is running.

If it works for someone else on win 7, can they help out?

Also, everything supports ETP/FTP and http protocol, so if the plugin uses a protocol, wouldn't it be more standardised and work on more systems?

Thangaraj

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I have been searching for an option to enable higher (above normal/10 or higher /13) priority for the FARR process. Am I missing something, or is this option hidden somewhere else???

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Ok, here's an example where shift+enter to launch a "run" command might come in handy.

"cmd"

when I type in that I get a list of options based on nircmd (which is not installed on my system by the way). That is all well and fine, but if I just want a command line window, I simply could not get it without the "run " prefix. So a way to launch the command typed in disregarding any results that may be available would be great. This again could be in advanced preferences, if that's your wish.

ps. you could try and add nircmd to the FARR installation, if feasible..

It's great that you continue to listen to new ideas. This is the sort of difference that could make a good product into a great one :)

Thangaraj

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when there are 0 results, it will work *exactly* like the standard run box dialog
not a bad idea -- let me just think about if there would be any problems doing this; having it as an option would be a reasonable solution and i can't see any harm in that.

its also a good idea to remember run commands (and other alias launches) and autocomplete them, let me see if i can figure out a way to add that.. would be a nice feature..

Great! Thank you again  :)

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Thank you.

FARR doesn't seem to remember such "run" commands in history though.

Apart from that, I would still want you to consider it to be a feature request though.

Incase I am not clear, could you update this so that, when there are 0 results, it will work *exactly* like the standard run box dialog,
and when there are some results, a modifier (maybe shift+enter) that allows me to force it to work exactly as the run box.

This could maybe enabled in the advanced options?

Anyway, even without any more features, FARR has just replaced my current launcher (which was launchy btw) ;)

Thank you.
Thangaraj

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Find And Run Robot / One Wish
« on: May 15, 2007, 12:31 PM »
Hi,

I tried the new alpha just now and it looks fabulous! It looked promising a few months ago, now it is delivering on them :)

I have one simple wish though. I don't know if this has been voiced before, but when I try and type something that works on the normal run window, it doesn't work here. Let me explain:

 For example the control panel applets could be run by executing the appropriate *.cpl file:
"sysdm.cpl" for system properties, startup.cpl for startup entries and so on. When I try this with Find and Run robot, it says there are 0 results (which is understandable) but then refuses to run whatever I have typed in.

Incase I am not clear, could you update this so that, when there are 0 results, it will work *exactly* like the standard run box dialog,
and when there are some results, a modifier (maybe shift+enter) that allows me to force it to work exactly as the run box.

This is especially critical when I am running an alternate shell (I sometimes use Blackbox as my shell in wondows) and cannot avail of the standard run dialog at all.

And once again congrats on a stellar program!

Thangaraj

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Something which bugged me even in the original version was the option to enter certain strings that I could enter into the run menu and execute, don't work.

For eg, "startup.cpl" to run the corresponding control panel applet.

This is especially a big thing for me since I tend to use some alternate shell (blackbox is the current favourite) where the default run dialog is simply not available.

by the way, you've been doing a great job with this :)

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I would like to participate in the beta test also :)

Seems like fun ;)

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