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by Delta Pythagorean
02 Mar 2021, 18:28
Forum: Wish List
Topic: New icon
Replies: 3
Views: 156

Re: New icon

You can replace the icon yourself by doing one of the two (that I know of) methods: - Change the icon of the current script. ; Icon now looks like a piece of paper with H on it. Menu, Tray, Icon, % A_AHKPath, 2 Changing the tray icon also changes the icon displayed by InputBox, Progress, and subsequ...
by Delta Pythagorean
23 Feb 2021, 12:09
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: LoadFile - Load script file as a separate process
Replies: 18
Views: 11311

Re: LoadFile - Load script file as a separate process

Well, you can do it but you have to mess with the LoadFile function to use an external AHK executable for the code to be parsed and ran.
by Delta Pythagorean
09 Jan 2021, 15:41
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Python-like Error System
Replies: 3
Views: 276

Re: Python-like Error System

for those of us who are not familiar with python, what new features / usability does this provide that normal ahk doesn't? I guess I didn't think about that, that's my bad ^^; The main difference between AHK's errors and Python's errors are the ways you can debug them and understand where your scri...
by Delta Pythagorean
07 Jan 2021, 20:08
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Python-like Error System
Replies: 3
Views: 276

Python-like Error System

What is this? This is a simple and easy to follow Error System for AutoHotkey. Why should I use this? I already use <x>. This is to help debug where your code went wrong and how to fix it. It works pretty much exactly how Python does their Error System. Why not just throw an Exception? Throwing an ...
by Delta Pythagorean
03 Jan 2021, 17:27
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Using AHK for large scale software development
Replies: 9
Views: 617

Re: Using AHK for large scale software development

Give me a few days and I can port an error system that's somewhat similar to python. I use it everyday when creating script sand it works extensively well. Just have to extract it from my own libraries and not have it hard coded lol
by Delta Pythagorean
25 Dec 2020, 20:27
Forum: Wish List
Topic: Allow built-in variables as default function parameters
Replies: 22
Views: 804

Re: Allow built-in variables as default function parameters

Technically you can do this already but it's very bad practice and only works for a handful of variables (that I can be bothered to try): my_func(file_name = "%A_ScriptName%") { return A_ScriptDir . "\" . file_name . ".ahk" } MsgBox, % my_func() ; Use default parameter. MsgBox, % my_func("my_script"...
by Delta Pythagorean
20 Dec 2020, 21:37
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: LoadFile - Load script file as a separate process
Replies: 18
Views: 11311

Re: LoadFile - Load script file as a separate process

Is there a possible way to dynamically call a script's method? I've tried using Func and ObjBindMethod and neither seem to work. Edit: Nevermind, I made a mistake and added too many parameters to the function call when the function itself doesn't allow for that many parameters. ObjBindMethod worked ...
by Delta Pythagorean
29 Nov 2020, 21:12
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Hot Corners For Windows 10
Replies: 17
Views: 10835

Re: Hot Corners For Windows 10

Despite being an old script, I could quickly modify it to look and work better as well as adding better customization. Edit: Here it is: ; Example START #NoEnv #SingleInstance, Force #MaxThreadsPerHotkey, 1 #KeyHistory, 0 #Persistent ListLines, Off SetBatchLines -1 Corners := [] Corners.Push(New Hot...
by Delta Pythagorean
15 Sep 2020, 12:28
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: TaskbarEdge() : Returns the side of the monitor the taskbar is on
Replies: 2
Views: 246

Re: TaskbarEdge() : Returns the side of the monitor the taskbar is on

Ah, perfect timing! I was working on a quick OSD program and needed to find the taskbar's edge. This'll be quite interesting to work with!
by Delta Pythagorean
24 Jul 2020, 09:58
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Text Set to Bottom of Control
Replies: 0
Views: 196

Text Set to Bottom of Control

What I'm wanting is to be able to position the text to the bottom of the control. I do know that you can do this with buttons using BS_BOTTOM := 0x800 but that's only for buttons.
My question is, is there a way to do the same but for a Text control?
by Delta Pythagorean
24 Jul 2020, 09:55
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: sublime text syntax auto completion
Replies: 1
Views: 261

Re: sublime text syntax auto completion

Well, you could: In the auto completions file ( AutoHotkey.sublime-completions ) in the AutoHotkey package, you can add your own auto completions. However you could modify the #IfWinActive line to be: {"trigger": "#IfWinActive", "contents": "#IfWinActive${1:, [ WinTitle}, ${2:WinText]}$0"}, . So whe...
by Delta Pythagorean
19 Jul 2020, 18:53
Forum: Wish List
Topic: More Flexibility with #Requires
Replies: 4
Views: 2791

Re: More Flexibility with #Requires

I do agree on the points you made, and I want to kind of clarify that some of my ideas were more or less just rambling about a new feature and having ideas just spitting out of my mouth. As a side note I generally try to come up with ideas and see what others think about them. Yes, I do see the flaw...
by Delta Pythagorean
17 Jul 2020, 07:50
Forum: Wish List
Topic: More Flexibility with #Requires
Replies: 4
Views: 2791

More Flexibility with #Requires

As of AHK 1.1.33, the #Requires directive was added, allowing users to require others for a certain version (or higher) of AHK to be ran with the script. I see very little use with this directive with it only being used to check for the ran version of AHK. My "wish" is to allow more options for the ...
by Delta Pythagorean
09 Jul 2020, 21:17
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: [Class] Java Properties Styled Data Management
Replies: 0
Views: 721

[Class] Java Properties Styled Data Management

To be honest, Java's Properties is actually quite simplistic, easy to follow, and very minimalistic. I'd actually recommend it if you're not wanting to use something like JSON or XML to store data. If you've ever used INI to store data (which is built into AHK), then you'll know the basics of using ...
by Delta Pythagorean
02 Jul 2020, 20:16
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)
Replies: 309
Views: 154667

Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

I made a quick file explorer to help me with finding, executing, and managing my files without doing much of anything. As of right now it's a prototype and needs to be cleaned up a bit. I'll send the source code as well as a full, compiled download ready for use later this month (kinda lazy at the m...
by Delta Pythagorean
29 Jun 2020, 17:57
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: [Library] fmod fsound wrapper
Replies: 3
Views: 1629

Re: [Library] fmod fsound wrapper

Is there any possibility this could be done using 64 bit version? (if there actually is a 64 bit fmod.dll)
by Delta Pythagorean
29 Jun 2020, 14:05
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: DllCall w/o function name Topic is solved
Replies: 3
Views: 1022

Re: DllCall w/o function name Topic is solved

I'm not fully knowledgeable when it comes to programming so bare with me here.
When it comes to calling a function, you can either call by using the function's name, or it's "ID". Some functions allow their name while others use their ID's.

If I'm wrong, sue me.
by Delta Pythagorean
23 Jun 2020, 09:53
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Reduce Flicker dramatically (Double Buffer)
Replies: 17
Views: 6885

Re: Reduce Flicker dramatically (Double Buffer)

Hot damn! I'm gonna use this nearly everywhere now :D
by Delta Pythagorean
22 Jun 2020, 13:48
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: RegExReplace can't process (unicode comma)
Replies: 13
Views: 4185

Re: RegExReplace can't process (unicode comma)

Wouldn't it be better to use the escaped code of the quote?
by Delta Pythagorean
16 Jun 2020, 04:20
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: SetSystemTime() : Updates system time with time returned from a Time Server
Replies: 13
Views: 3402

Re: SetSystemTime() : Updates system time with time returned from a Time Server

SKAN wrote:
15 Jun 2020, 12:51
Are you really asking a question here?.. or just trying to be a troll?.
I try my best not to be a troll. Sorry if that seemed to be in a rude way, I'm just extremely impressed in your work.
I may not have the best social skills, but I at least try to be nice :)

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