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by RobbieWilkes
23 Oct 2018, 18:07
Forum: Wish List
Topic: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script
Replies: 10
Views: 3400

Re: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script

In reviewing my old posts, I realized that I didn't come back here and say THANKS to everyone for their help on this. It's working perfectly now.

Much appreciated!
by RobbieWilkes
23 Sep 2018, 00:37
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Suggestions on better way of handling webpage navigation
Replies: 2
Views: 682

Suggestions on better way of handling webpage navigation

Thought I'd pick the brains of some of the more experienced coders here. I have been creating scripts to use on my Kodi-centric HTPCs, to allow for a consistent interface on the variety of media sites that we use, including YouTube TV, Netflix, Hulu & YouTube. From Kodi, I launch my AHK executables,...
by RobbieWilkes
27 Mar 2018, 23:50
Forum: Wish List
Topic: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script
Replies: 10
Views: 3400

Re: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script

I'm guessing that version of the compiler is not compatible with version 1.1.28.00? Is the AHK_H version a fork of the release version of AHK, or just a beta release? AHK_H is a fork of the normal AHK release, which adds new features. The compiler is also a fork with some added changes. Those direc...
by RobbieWilkes
26 Mar 2018, 09:43
Forum: Wish List
Topic: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script
Replies: 10
Views: 3400

Re: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script

Those directives have not been implemented in the release branch of Ahk2Exe. ahh sorry my mistake. i use them for AHK_H's Ahk2exe I'm guessing that version of the compiler is not compatible with version 1.1.28.00? Is the AHK_H version a fork of the release version of AHK, or just a beta release? Th...
by RobbieWilkes
24 Mar 2018, 13:07
Forum: Wish List
Topic: Define the Executable Icon Within the Script
Replies: 10
Views: 3400

Define the Executable Icon Within the Script

I've developed several utility scripts over the past couple of months, and the one thing that I've found that's missing (at least I can't find it), and seems kind of basic, would be the ability to define the executable icon within the script itself... rather than having to use / change the settings ...
by RobbieWilkes
15 Mar 2018, 15:44
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Tie Mouse to location of keyboard (arrows / tab)
Replies: 3
Views: 905

Re: Tie Mouse to location of keyboard (arrows / tab)

Not tested. Wow! You were just able to type that out? That's impressive! I've played around with integrating it into my script, but, unfortunately, YouTube TV uses different sizes for the selections on random rows, so trying to establish a set mouse movement either right / left or up /down won't wo...
by RobbieWilkes
13 Mar 2018, 22:37
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Tie Mouse to location of keyboard (arrows / tab)
Replies: 3
Views: 905

Tie Mouse to location of keyboard (arrows / tab)

I've written before, regarding my YouTubeTV (Chrome kiosk) MCE Remote Control script, and after further investigation, I've decided to experiment with going a different route for the browse screens. Currently, I've tied the right / left / up / down buttons on the remote / keyboard to the mouse, so t...
by RobbieWilkes
10 Mar 2018, 15:26
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved
Replies: 10
Views: 2065

Re: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved

Well, I actually managed to find the image by taking both of your advice and saving a better quality snip. Finds it perfectly, and I'm able to click on it, and use the coordinates as a reference point for other actions. :bravo: But (isn't there ALWAYS a but) when the screen shifts down, following th...
by RobbieWilkes
08 Mar 2018, 12:25
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved
Replies: 10
Views: 2065

Re: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved

Honestly if you can predict where the links will be in the tab order, tabbing to them might be a workable solution. If there is an area of the screen you can click to make sure there's no cursor focus (somewhere in the upper left that will be empty space at most resolutions), then you can establish...
by RobbieWilkes
06 Mar 2018, 15:41
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved
Replies: 10
Views: 2065

Re: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved

Unfortunately I don't think there is a way to locate and click a link directly... If the relative position of the link doesn't change you might be able to tab to it? Otherwise you probably need to write a whole thing to determine the monitor resolution and then click the link based on where it appe...
by RobbieWilkes
02 Mar 2018, 18:23
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved
Replies: 10
Views: 2065

Re: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved

Do the URLs change? I believe Ctrl + L in Chrome selects the address bar, so you could simply have a hoykey that presses Ctrl + L and then types in the correct address. Thanks for respondig MaxAstro. Yes, the URLs do change (I'm actually monitoring and using that to determine how buttons function),...
by RobbieWilkes
02 Mar 2018, 13:31
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved
Replies: 10
Views: 2065

Loading "cached" web pages in Chrome Topic is solved

Hello folks, got one that I haven't been able to Google my way out of, so thought I'd come here, hat in hand, and seek the wisdom of the masters. As I've investigated further, I discovered that, although I had presented this question before, I did not really give a clear / adequate explanation of wh...
by RobbieWilkes
01 Mar 2018, 20:08
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Get the URL of the current (active) browser tab
Replies: 148
Views: 85787

Re: Get the URL of the current (active) browser tab

Is it possible to have this code activate a hotstring only if the tab URL contains a string? Works like a champ. I'm very happy! Right:: { sURL := GetActiveBrowserURL() WinGetClass, sClass, A if sURL contains watch send l else MouseMove 250, 0, 1, R Return } Thanks atnbueno for your awesome work! D...
by RobbieWilkes
01 Mar 2018, 00:44
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Get the URL of the current (active) browser tab
Replies: 148
Views: 85787

Re: Get the URL of the current (active) browser tab

Is it possible to have this code activate a hotstring only if the tab URL contains a string? Ultimately I'd like to know the same thing, as it would save me some lines of code in order to determine which page I was on, and not have to eliminate each option. I am really at the learning phase of AHK,...

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