After some research, I have realized that any double right click, whether AutoHotKey or AutoIT messes up the gestures because I use right click as the gesture activating button as well.
I have now set the start menu to pop up when I use CTRL + Right Click using PaneKiller (http://www.maddogsw.com/panekiller
). My mouse (http://www.microsoft...details.aspx?pid=045
) happens to have an extra button, which I have assigned to act as CTRL, so the whole thing can be mouse activated.
The end result has been good for improving efficiency a bit.
While there is always Launchy and FARR to replace the start menu, sometimes we tend to forget the name of the program we are looking for and still have to click the start menu. Now, the start menu can be launched anywhere on the screen in an instant without having to even move the fingers away from the mouse.
This was a feature I greatly enjoyed when using Blackbox on Linux and now I am glad it works on Windows as well.