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Re: Guestbook: say hi, thank you, whatever!

29 Sep 2019, 20:06

Welcome back! :dance: :+1:
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11 Oct 2019, 12:37

Hi, I am looking forward to having a lot of fun using AutoHotkey. Thanks to all the people keeping this program going.
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12 Oct 2019, 13:16

Hi guys thanks to develop AHK!
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08 Nov 2019, 09:25

Hello! First post from you a year later, glad to see you're still with us. ;)
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19 Nov 2019, 10:58

Hi. I've known about AHK for years, but never really got to try it until over a week ago. I'm pretty sure I don't know 90% of what it's capable, but I tested its key remapping capability on a game demo (as a test) - no changes to either game files nor system, and for a left-handed to use wsad without touching w,s,a,d keys - it's a kind of magic. Skimming through that good ol' .chm I discover fun things one after the other.. for now they remain as discoveries. So apart from slowly (with pressure on slowly) learning the how of it, I wanted to thank everyone involved in developing this great tool.
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19 Nov 2019, 21:32

Welp, welcome to the ahk forums! :+1:
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10 Dec 2019, 09:05

Where do I begin? There are so many amazing contributors who I've benefited from but I think the most notable are Jeeswg, Lexikos, Joe Glines, and Hellbent. I never imagined myself doing so many great things with AHK! Thank you!
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01 Jan 2020, 08:20

i'm new. would be nice if someone helped me with my issue. oh well, i guess i'll have to wait
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05 Jan 2020, 16:52

Greetings, and Happy New Year. I've used AutoHotkey for years. Not sure why I've waited till now to join the forum. Probably because I've recently been using more and more. It's really amazing what it can do. I also use Livecode a lot.
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04 Apr 2020, 22:11

I'm just scratching its surface, but AHK is a fantastic program and it deserves lots of love, and also the people that worked on it! Thank you very much, you are all amazing! :D
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16 May 2020, 12:43

Hello, Community
I'm one Italian newbie of AHK ...i was one looker of the forum. Compliments of all users that make this forum so full of scripts and tutorials very helpful..
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19 May 2020, 04:29

Hi, all! Proud to be part of community with such illustrious greats. Just got affordable Internet Service Provider, hope to contribute my two penn'orths. Thanks for having me.
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Re: Guestbook: say hi, thank you, whatever!

Yesterday, 03:03

Hi all!

I came across AutoHotKey after buying a Logitech Trackman Marble and looking for a way to add scrollwheel functionality to it. Thanks to these posts by @evilC and @boiler, I've managed to set it up so that pressing the XButton2 on the trackball will engage hold-and-scroll, and clicking XButton2 quickly will send a Browser_Forward command.

https://www.autohotkey.com/boards/viewtopic.php?p=196395#p196395
https://www.autohotkey.com/boards/viewtopic.php?p=343149#p343149

Thanks to everyone who works on AHK and helps out users! I'm active in another community that's about home automation (openHAB), so I really appreciate when people take the time to help others out.

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