Trigger CMD - Run AHK Scripts Using Amazon's Alexa or ...

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Trigger CMD - Run AHK Scripts Using Amazon's Alexa or ...

02 Jan 2019, 10:08

Trigger CMD is a cloud service that allows you to securely and remotely run commands on your computers.
Your commands could install updates, open your garage, run a script, or anything else you decide.
There are many ways to trigger your commands, including IFTTT, Alexa, Google Home, SmartThings, and Zapier.

https://www.triggercmd.com

Its voice command index is listed in a JSON (text) file so you can edit/swap those using AHK :)
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Re: Trigger CMD - Run AHK Scripts Using Amazon's Alexa or ...

02 Jan 2019, 10:52

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Re: Trigger CMD - Run AHK Scripts Using Amazon's Alexa or ...

02 Jan 2019, 13:40

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Re: Trigger CMD - Run AHK Scripts Using Amazon's Alexa or ...

09 Feb 2019, 23:18

Looking at this, you can do much of this with AHK and your e-mail account. Have a computer with AHK check your e-mail, Google Drive, or web server that has a document with command words. The person can send their command words to the document from any remote location, and their computer with AHK would check this document periodically. Then based on the command words in the document, execute various AHK scripts.

Of course the downside is that AutoHotkey is Windows and ReactOS (which is still now ready for prime time yet) only for now.
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Re: Trigger CMD - Run AHK Scripts Using Amazon's Alexa or ...

10 Feb 2019, 16:41

I 'like' these 'smart' things ( IoT )

( first answer to 5G )
How does 5G make everyday life easier for us?
5G will take the Internet of Things one step further.
Mobile phones that ask the fridge at home if there is enough beer left.

With the Internet of Things, cyber blackmailers could lock out owners from their homes.

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