I apologize for my ambiguity. And what I mean is the second case
swagfag wrote: ↑
explaining what "automatically dropping the oldest collection and recording the user's newest input when the input buffer meets the length limit."
that if the input buffer already contains abcde
and u start typing 123
the buffer would contain:de123
lexikos wrote: ↑
I'll consider an option for using the buffer in a circular manner (L5 giving you the most recent 5 characters), but you can already do whatever you want with the characters and keystrokes as they are typed; use L0
Thanks for the consideration. And as you said the L0
property is enough to realize the function that enables the user to collect the most recent input (like A_priorkey
). I post this feature request merely because I thought this is an "important and useful" feature exactly like A_priorkey
which is profitable to prepare for the user so that one who may not familiar with the AHK language can easily get access to some very useful function and utilize them directly without paying too much time searching for the way to realize them.