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instantrunoff
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Hopefully this will save someone else some time:

#Hotstring C * ?
::/alpha::{asc 945}
::/beta::{asc 946}
::/gamma::{asc 947}
::/Gamma::{asc 915}
::/delta::{asc 948}
::/Delta::{asc 916}
::/epsilon::{asc 949}
::/zeta::{asc 950}
::/eta::{asc 951}
::/theta::{asc 952}
::/kappa::{asc 954}
::/lambda::{asc 955}
::/mu::{asc 956}
::/xi::{asc 958}
::/sigma::{asc 963}
::/Sigma::{asc 931}
::/pi::{asc 960}
::/rho::{asc 961}
::/tau::{asc 964}
::/phi::{asc 966}
::/Phi::{asc 934}
::/chi::{asc 967}
::/psi::{asc 968}
::/Psi::{asc 936}
::/omega::{asc 969}
::/Omega::{asc 937}
#Hotstring *0 ?0 C0

Thanks to <!-- m -->http://tlt.psu.edu/s... ... greeklower<!-- m -->

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These save time, if you need occasionally Greek letters! However, a few are missing: nu (ν), capital theta (Θ), lambda (Λ), xi (Ξ), pi (Π). Greek letters are supported in a few keyboard scripts, too, e.g. here.

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Another way

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It does not work for me in IE7 (Vista). It still catches Alt-C as its own hotkey.

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It does not work for me in IE7 (Vista). It still catches Alt-C as its own hotkey.


This might be the reason: <!-- m -->http://blogs.msdn.co.../19/505564.aspx<!-- m -->

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I'm having a problem with this. In some programs I am getting the expected behavior (web browser, Microsoft Word) but in others (Notepad, Notepad++, Excel) I am getting these as output for each ASC code:




ô

ö









ú




ª


¿



Come someone help with this?

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(sorry wasn't logged in before)

I'm having a problem with this. In some programs I am getting the expected behavior (web browser, Microsoft Word) but in others (Notepad, Notepad++, Excel) I am getting these as output for each ASC code:




ô

ö









ú




ª


¿



Come someone help with this?

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Hmm I don't know (my french computer don't want alt+xxx too for unicode in a simple app, it seems we can't force unicode table with an alone keyboard), but if you use unicode character then it will be better with AHK_L <!-- m -->http://l.autohotkey....y_L_Install.exe<!-- m -->
You will can use very short code and directly send an unicode character like this ::/omega::ω
However I did a script like this (still ahk_l) who can be good for you <!-- l --><a class="postlink-local" href="http://www.autohotkey.com/community/viewtopic.php?t=79406">viewtopic.php?t=79406</a><!-- l --> , or a lot other scripts than can do same thing in this forum...
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