: Nice concept. At the moment you could use AutoHotkey's built in hotkey
functionality, but you probably already know that.
: Be careful with your words. There's nothing wrong with my answers; "No. & I'm OK with that." What makes your words even more inappropriate is the fact they're addressed to a person who is sharing his hard work with community for years. It seems you are new to this forum so I'll give you some basic information: I'm in this project for more than 10 years (since 2009
), spent countless hours to make Radail menu application and other related stuff, developed a lot of things users requested, helped a lot of people, and still giving support to users - all of that for free. Also, maybe you'll be suprised when you see my "donation link
". So be careful with your words and try to respect others. At least do it for yourself; you may gain a good reputatation and become more respected.
: If you want to launch your scripts with hotkeys and use similar syntax as in item action, and always run them with Radial menu.exe (which is renamed AutoHotkey.exe), no matter if computer has installed AutoHotkey or not (useful for portability), try this:
Open RM\My codes\My functions.ahk
and put this code inside it:
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Open RM\My codes\My hotkeys.ahk
and put something like this inside it:
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F1::RunAsItemAction("RWRM RM\Utilities\Screen clipping.ahk")
F2::RunAsItemAction("RWRM RM\Utilities\Your script.ahk ")
Save changes, reload radial menu and try does it work as expected.
: Take a look at examples in RM\My codes\My RMShowHotkey conditions.ahk
Do you want to show radial menu (adjust RMShowHotkey's context-sensitivity) only when desktop is active window or only when desktop is under mouse cursor?