AutoHotkey v1.1.15

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AutoHotkey v1.1.15

03 May 2014, 21:55

1.1.15.00

Added A_OSVersion value WIN_8.1.

Changed the Hotkey command to apply/remove passthrough behavior on existing hotkey variants depending on whether the tilde (~) prefix is present.

Changed exe manifest to allow GetVersion/GetVersionEx to detect Windows 8.1. Due to changes in the way these functions work as of Windows 8.1, it is likely that explicit support will need to be added to AutoHotkey for each new version of Windows; until such support is added, GetVersionEx (and therefore A_OSVersion) will return the highest supported version number when running on even newer versions of Windows.

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lexikos
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Re: AutoHotkey v1.1.15

30 Jun 2014, 03:53

1.1.15.01

Changed built-in error and warning dialogs to be always-on-top.
Fixed Until not breaking out of recursive file/registry loops. (#1, #2)
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Re: AutoHotkey v1.1.15

07 Jul 2014, 04:01

1.1.15.02

Fixed debugging negative integer keys in objects.
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Re: AutoHotkey v1.1.15

01 Aug 2014, 19:57

1.1.15.03

Fixed meta-functions to exit the thread correctly after using Exit or Throw.
Fixed FileInstall to use A_WorkingDir when Dest is relative in a non-compiled script. (Thanks HotKeyIt and nnnik.)
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Re: AutoHotkey v1.1.15

11 Aug 2014, 21:50

1.1.15.04

Fixed a performance issue with &var_containing_long_string_of_digits.
Fixed built-in variables corrupting memory when an object is assigned. An error message is now shown instead.
Fixed parser to disallow continue where appropriate even if the current function is defined inside a Loop.
Fixed File.Encoding := x "-RAW" breaking encoding/decoding of non-ASCII characters. The -RAW suffix is now ignored. See File.Encoding for details (including some that were previously undocumented).

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