- December 4, 2013 at 5:26 am #17578
If you edit AHK scripts, you surely have already installed the AutoHotKey script syntax file.
Here are some additional tools. Each one is a macro that I suggest to associate with a keyboard shortcut key in your EmEdit AHK configuration properties (ALT+ENTER).
CONTEXTUAL HELP (F1)
When editing an .ahk (AutoHotKey script file — don’t forget to get btw), here is a macro that will open AutoHotkey.chm help file on the appropriate page.
The macro itself is very simple but it requires that you have KeyHH 1.1
if(document.selection.isEmpty)document.selection.selectWord(); (new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell")).run("\"c:/program files/dos/keyhh.exe\" -ahkchm -#klink \""+document.selection.text+"\" c:/program files/autohotkey/autohotkey/autohotkey.chm");
Adapt with your path for keyhh.exe and autohotkey.chm.
(new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell")).run("\"c:/program files/autohotkey/autohotkeyu64.exe\" /r");
Adapt with your path for autohotkeyu64.exe (yours could be autohotkey.exe for instance) .December 5, 2013 at 5:07 am #17589
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