agree. but i dont know how that would work for all of the special Loop params.just me wrote:lexikos wrote:Does it being a keyword preclude the use of a comma? Why?I think that's the right way to handle keywords/operators which don't define built-in commands/functions/statements.just me wrote:Keyword?v1 docs wrote:
- For and several types of If statement use keywords or an operator instead of commas to separate some of their parameters.
thanks for the link, i did not remember seeing that post. you arent required to repeat yourself, but you could've linked that initially in your first reply. you can't expect everyone to have read every post in every threadlexikos wrote:Maybe because I don't like repeating myself. Why don't you show some respect?guest3456 wrote:why dont you tell us why you even decided to "experiment" with this syntax in the first place?
re: respect.. respect is earned and reciprocated, not automatically given. you often don't show much respect to the people who make suggestions. you've been dismissive for a while now whenever most people make a request (including towards everyone in this thread at some point or another).
that said, i dont envy your position. i can imagine its not easy being the sole maintainer of a fairly large project like this. so in that regard its my bad and i should have shown more respect, and ill also take this opportunity to thank you for your continued work. but i think youve become a bit jaded, which is understandable after working on this for years and years. you even hinted at something of that effect in your anniversary post. maybe its time for you to step away and find something you're more interested in? i certainly don't want that. i'd rather you continue in your role, because who knows what happens if you leave. perhaps HotKeyIt steps up, perhaps not. but if you ever leave that puts a huge question mark on the future of AHK. but at the same time, maybe thats best for you, personally, on your journey. i don't know. Chris faced that at some point too
so are you proposing the re-addition of command syntax? and if not, then what are you proposing to make things 'easier'?nnnik wrote:OK as a basis for this prove I will take AHK v1.
We assume that AHK v1 is easy to learn due to practical tests ( people that learned AHK v1 say that it is easy to learn ).
Most people that started with command syntax - therefore we can assume that this is the main aspect of "easy to learn".
AHKv2 lacks this aspect therefore we can assume also lacks the attribute "easy to learn".