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by DRocks
10 Jul 2019, 07:54
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: How do I do this - if holding down 'a' and then pressing 's', do X Topic is solved
Replies: 6
Views: 212

Re: How do I do this - if holding down 'a' and then pressing 's', do X Topic is solved

tmplinshi wrote:
08 Jul 2019, 22:26
Try this, 200 is the holding time of a key, change it if needed.

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~a::a_down_startTime := A_TickCount

#If (A_TickCount - a_down_startTime > 200)
	~a & s::Send {BackSpace}X
#If
never thought of this, pretty smart thanks
by DRocks
20 Jun 2019, 11:43
Forum: AutoGUI
Topic: AutoGUI 2.5
Replies: 133
Views: 24178

Re: AutoGUI 2.5

Thanks for update
by DRocks
03 Apr 2019, 15:13
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: [v2] ZeeGrid class
Replies: 15
Views: 1268

Re: [v2] ZeeGrid class

wow. very nice. Thank you!
by DRocks
02 Apr 2019, 10:28
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Calculate with 64-bit floating point numbers, which provides 15 digits of precision ?
Replies: 3
Views: 236

Re: Calculate with 64-bit floating point numbers, which provides 15 digits of precision ?

Thank you Gregster. I appreciate it. How would that be usable with calculations ? It doesn't seem to affect the way AHK calculates but more like a final end-user display, am I mistaken ? I mean, if AHK calculates by default with 6 floating points how would Format affect that. wouldnt it end-up like ...
by DRocks
02 Apr 2019, 09:31
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Calculate with 64-bit floating point numbers, which provides 15 digits of precision ?
Replies: 3
Views: 236

Calculate with 64-bit floating point numbers, which provides 15 digits of precision ?

Hi guys, Currently, I've been multiplying and dividing values with the regular operators like var:=100 * 2.33 and this will apparently calculate at a 6 floating point precision. I've seen that DllCall mention the availability of "Double" to have a 64bit degree of precision. Is that possible to do in...
by DRocks
30 Mar 2019, 07:24
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: COMPARE DATES
Replies: 9
Views: 538

Re: COMPARE DATES

Nice RegEx. Ive been wondering how to reorder dates like that and was wasting time with substr and complex things. I like the RegEx and the usage of patterns
by DRocks
29 Mar 2019, 23:25
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: CustomBoxes: a collection of helper functions
Replies: 37
Views: 4834

Re: CustomBoxes: a collection of helper functions

Hmm right on. My bad. No I missed that obvious part. Sry and thanks :)
by DRocks
29 Mar 2019, 12:45
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: CustomBoxes: a collection of helper functions
Replies: 37
Views: 4834

Re: CustomBoxes: a collection of helper functions

TreeView is also very nice.

Is it me or when adding a litteral string between quotes, it doesn't show up?

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p0 := {x: 100, y: 100}
p1 := {x: 500, y: 500}
p2 := {x: 500, y: 100}
p3 := {x: 100, y: 500}
p4 := {x: "Allo", y: "hi"}
by DRocks
29 Mar 2019, 09:36
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: [Script] WinHole
Replies: 16
Views: 3710

Re: [Script] WinHole

Wow, I was trying to understand WinSet Regio better and fell on this.

This is genious stuff. Thanks Helgef and just me
by DRocks
29 Mar 2019, 07:52
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

Thank you. This has led me to other experimentations, I'll post when I get something different and usable. I'm going 100% custom Gui. It might takae a day or two ebfore I post again tho :)
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 22:51
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

I've been messing around with this for a while and trying uncommun stuff. Is therre a way to know what width a LV col is ? I am trying such a idea : #NoEnv #SingleInstance Force Table := [] Table.Push({Date: "25 May", Pupil: "Bloggs, Fred", Grade: "C"}) Table.Push({Date: "25 May", Pupil: "Doe, Jane"...
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 21:45
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

wolf_II wrote:
28 Mar 2019, 21:15
I cleaned up config and compressed the code
Very nice. Yes this easier to follow! Your object makes it easy to generate a quick ListView Gui for pop-up I like it!!
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 21:43
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

Yes intuitively I did remove the other example and focused on one to customize it until I get it. Its pretty nice. Thank you for clarifications about BSort too. Now I am hesitating between regular ListView and this custom Gui. I'll keep testing on this topic tommorow. I'm amazed how many different ...
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 20:57
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: trying to prevent a function from running more than once at a time
Replies: 22
Views: 1293

Re: trying to prevent a function from running more than once at a time

Yes this is when a hotkey is already assigned to something else. The easiet way to make a hotkey bypass all previous hotkeys assigned to f1 for example would be something like this: #if ; Add Context-sensitive hotkeys below this #if - they will always be active and overpass previously assigned ones...
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 20:52
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

make your own LV_Gui Damn nice usage of For loops and objects!! I've messed with it too! #NoEnv #SingleInstance Force Table := [] Table.Push({Date: "25 May", Pupil: "Bloggs, Fred", Grade: "C"}) Table.Push({Date: "25 May", Pupil: "Doe, Jane", Grade: "B"}) Table.Push({Date: "15 July", Pupil: "Bloggs,...
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 20:39
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

Hellbent wrote:
28 Mar 2019, 19:35
Give this a go.
Holy cow... this is massive. Thanks man very creative. I like the complete customization.
I am trying to understand it. What does the BSort() do ?
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 18:46
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

Okay I found a way to make this with a listView. Its rather complex and heavy just for a tooltip but maybe in the end you may decide if its worth it: PS: I left more code than necessary to include other provided example by the kind contributors in posts above :D In my real script it looks like this ...
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 16:25
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

I fear that it won't be "inside a tooltip" but more like a fake tooltip :(

I'd like to see an example like the one you mention :D
by DRocks
28 Mar 2019, 15:46
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved
Replies: 34
Views: 1477

Re: Formatting a multi-line Tooltip to align like columns ? Topic is solved

Thank you. I am testing all options. Might end-up with a Gui ListView acting like a tooltip

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