First, thank you so much for your script. It is very nice, and a huge time saver.
Is there a function built in that allows to switch profiles from the menu itself? The script I'm working on is for Centos commands, and I am setting up profiles by different areas of server management (Apache, MySQL, etc). I am trying to set it up to switch profiles and reload the script from the menu, and not going through the profile switcher in the tray. This is what I have so far:
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FileDelete, %A_ScriptDir%\Internal\Internal.txt ; delete old
FileAppend, Email profile`nOrb`nUser agrees on all license and autorship terms, %A_ScriptDir%\Internal\Internal.txt, UTF-8 ; create new
It works, but its cumbersome to set up a different function for each profile, so wanted to see if there was anything already defined that would make it easier.
Also, I really like the navigator menu. Although I've been using it to call functions more than local navigation. So when I activate it, its got a nested list of most common server commands, with functions set to load them directly into the clipboard.
Is there a way to specify multiple navigators in one profile?
For example, scripts 1, 2, and 3 - and then bind the navigators to different mouse gestures? So up would be scripts 1, left would be scripts 2, and right would be scripts 3?
Even if they aren't set by profile, it would still be awesome. The navigator I'm using now is set for all the profiles, so its always available.