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As far as adding tagging to farr goes, would it be possible for farr or a plugin to access the metadata that windows puts in a file? There is a keywords field under properties->summary for any file that seems like it would do the job pretty well.

Find And Run Robot / Re: last window id
« on: March 07, 2009, 01:29 PM »
Awesome, leaving off the plus did what I intended, though it seems that may not have been what I wanted  ;)
I'll have to experiment a bit to find the nicest method.
Thanks for your help!

Find And Run Robot / Re: last window id
« on: March 07, 2009, 12:49 PM »
Basically I'm trying to implement a FARR version of the AHK Favorite Folders script (which I was the original author of). I'm now trying to make an alias action keyword that would launch a ahk script with the last hwnd and the selected result. This script would navigate the last focused window appropriately. Unfortunately I can't get the keyword to work.

I defined the alias like this: 1000>>>+test>#>C:\Command\Shell\AutoHotkey\Scripts\wintest.ahk %LASTHWND% "$$1"
And tried to use it like this: +test C:\command
I expected it to launch my script with C:\command as the second arg, but it just does the usual action.
Am I missing something here?

Find And Run Robot / last window id
« on: March 07, 2009, 12:02 PM »
Is it possible to get the hwnd of the last focused window in a plugin or alias? I know farr tracks it for other features, but it would be really helpful to be able to use it for other things. If it's not currently possible, consider this a feature request.

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