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Find And Run Robot / Re: Google Desktop 3 - FARRified
« on: March 17, 2006, 03:11 PM »
I've had trouble getting this to work since installing GDS3, but finally worked out this morning that the hotkey was being stolen by HotKeys.  So I've (for the moment at least) switched of HotKeys in order to play with the Quick Search Box.  I don't find it's nearly as good as FARR for program-launching, but I love being able to search for text from anywhere at all.

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General Software Discussion / Re: keyboard shortcuts
« on: March 16, 2006, 12:19 PM »
Thank you!  I also had the incorrect value - I understand why, and it comes down to me not reading the instructions (as so often!).  Anyway, in case there are any other ZD7010EA users out there using HotKeys, here's the correct script:

hotkey,SC12E,down
hotkey,SC130,up
hotkey,SC120,mute
return

down:
Send,#{PgDn}
return

up:
Send,#{PgUp}
return

mute:
send,#{End}
return


Thanks so much, jgpaiva!

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General Software Discussion / Re: keyboard shortcuts
« on: March 16, 2006, 11:54 AM »
I am extremely stupid, but I can't work this out...  I think I have understood that I need to have somehow got AHK to understand that when the particular hardware button is pressed, it should map that keypress to the key combination to decrease, increase, or mute the volume (Win+PgDn, Win+PgUp, Win+End respectively) - so I'm not trying to make it increase (or whatever) the volume, but just to simulate the keypress.  But I don't understand the syntax, and it's taking me ages of trying different combinations to get it...  Can someone tell me?

This is what I've got - but it doesn't work! - where am I going wrong?

SC174::Send #&{PgDn}
SC175::Send #&{PgUp}
Return

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General Software Discussion / Re: keyboard shortcuts
« on: March 16, 2006, 11:10 AM »
Okay, I've got a key value for the hardware vol down: 174, and 175 for the hardware vol up.  That works fine for making an increment in the volume setting - but what I want to do is to link that to what happens when I hold down WinKey+PgDn (volume down) or WinKey+PgUp (volume up), which is definied by the Qliner HotKeys volume module. 

I'm certain this is very simple...  But I don't understand it!

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General Software Discussion / Re: keyboard shortcuts
« on: March 16, 2006, 10:29 AM »
I've just been playing with it, and it certainly seems that the hardware keys can be mapped - but I don't understand how to link that input to the volume module in HotKeys...

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