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by BunsenH
21 Feb 2019, 14:34
Forum: Ask For Help
Topic: WinMaximize fails with timer
Replies: 6
Views: 629

WinMaximize fails with timer

I'm looking at adding some enhancements to my "Go to bed!" nagger and have run across a case in which the WinMaximize command appears to fail when the function that includes it is called from a thread set up by SetTimer , but not when the same function is called from the main thread. The intention f...
by BunsenH
21 Feb 2019, 14:23
Forum: Forum Issues
Topic: Recent spam, forum problems and some background information Topic is solved
Replies: 66
Views: 6758

Re: Recent spam, forum problems and some background information Topic is solved

After some seconds, Firefox gives me a blank page; Chrome gives me a 500 error. I don't know what you mean by "pastebin"; would you please explain, or give me a pointer? I was thinking that the problem in this topic might involve message size, or quoting, or use of BBCode in general, but a bit of te...
by BunsenH
21 Feb 2019, 13:53
Forum: Forum Issues
Topic: Recent spam, forum problems and some background information Topic is solved
Replies: 66
Views: 6758

Re: Recent spam, forum problems and some background information Topic is solved

I'm still having no luck in creating a new topic in Bug Reports, as well as having trouble posting here.

I'm not a prolific poster, but not at all a new one.
by BunsenH
20 Feb 2019, 00:58
Forum: Forum Issues
Topic: Recent spam, forum problems and some background information Topic is solved
Replies: 66
Views: 6758

Re: Recent spam, forum problems and some background information Topic is solved

I've tried several times this evening to create a new topic in the Bug Reports forum, without success. Chrome reports a 500 error, and Firefox just gives me a blank page.
by BunsenH
29 Jan 2019, 20:53
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: "Go to bed!" nagger/reminder
Replies: 5
Views: 1333

"Go to bed!" nagger/reminder v. 2.0

Version 2.0, which accepts command-line parameters to override the script's built-in values. This allows flexibility in how the script behaves without having to edit the script itself. ; Name: goto_bed.ahk ; Version: 2.0 ; Type: AutoHotkey script ; Author: Joel Polowin, 2017 May 25 ; Function: Opens...
by BunsenH
20 May 2017, 11:29
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: "Go to bed!" nagger/reminder
Replies: 5
Views: 1333

"Go to bed!" nagger/reminder

I sometimes have trouble getting off the computer at night, and staying off. I wrote this to be run as a scheduled task in the evening and at night, running more frequently later on. It temporarily pops up a full-screen window in each monitor, on top of all other windows, with a reminder message. It...
by BunsenH
18 May 2015, 21:12
Forum: Editors
Topic: vim syntax highlighting missing some f'ns
Replies: 5
Views: 5261

Re: vim syntax highlighting missing some f'ns

Commands, then. My point is that they aren't highlighted by the definition file that's bundled with the current version of vim, when they're used as commands.
by BunsenH
18 May 2015, 12:22
Forum: Editors
Topic: vim syntax highlighting missing some f'ns
Replies: 5
Views: 5261

Re: vim syntax highlighting missing some f'ns

Um, thats because they are not commands, they are preprocessed directives, requiring the # character to precede them. KeyHistory is special because it is both a command and a directive , thats why its in both locations. IfWinActive, IfWinNotActive, IfWinExist, and IfWinNotExist are functions. I not...
by BunsenH
17 May 2015, 18:54
Forum: Editors
Topic: vim syntax highlighting missing some f'ns
Replies: 5
Views: 5261

vim syntax highlighting missing some f'ns

Hi, all. I've noticed that the AHK syntax-highlighting definition file that's bundled with the current version of vim fails to highlight a number of commands. The problem appears to be that although the following lines are in the "syn keyword autohotkeyPreProc" section, they aren't in the "syn keywo...
by BunsenH
11 Apr 2015, 21:33
Forum: Wish List
Topic: [lay aside?]Direction in ImageSearch
Replies: 4
Views: 1896

Re: [lay aside?]Direction in ImageSearch

Another nice ImageSearch feature would be to let the "variation" value be an average over the image instead of a strict maximum fuzz factor for each pixel. This would be a lot slower than the current system, obviously, but would be very useful for matching small images in which there's a possibility...
by BunsenH
11 Apr 2015, 20:22
Forum: Wish List
Topic: [lay aside?]Direction in ImageSearch
Replies: 4
Views: 1896

Re: [lay aside?]Direction in ImageSearch

Could please support the search direction? Because, there may be some same images but in different position. Like, X2<X1 - Left to Right, Y2<Y1 - Bottom to Top. Another addition I'd find useful in ImageSearch would be for the function to return the bottom right coordinates of the located image as w...

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