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AutoHotkey HotStrings10 Reasons Why AutoHotkey HotStrings Will Revolutionize Your Workflow – The Ultimate Productivity Hack!

AutoHotkey is a powerful tool that allows users to automate repetitive tasks and increase productivity. One of the most useful features of AutoHotkey is the HotStrings function.

AutoHotkey HotStrings allow users to create custom shortcuts and abbreviations that can be used to quickly and easily type out common phrases or responses. In this blog post, we will be discussing 10 reasons why HotStrings are a valuable tool for anyone looking to increase efficiency and streamline their workflow. From increasing productivity and reducing errors to being easy to use and cost-effective, HotStrings have a wide range of benefits that make them a must-have tool for anyone looking to increase their productivity.

  1. Increased Productivity: HotStrings allow for the automation of repetitive tasks, such as typing out common phrases or responses, which can save a significant amount of time and increase overall productivity.
  2. Customizable: HotStrings can be customized to suit the specific needs of the user, allowing for the creation of personalized shortcuts and abbreviations.
  3. Error Reduction: HotStrings reduce the risk of typos and other errors, as the phrases and responses are pre-defined and automatically inserted, rather than manually typed out.
  4. Improved Efficiency: HotStrings can be used to streamline workflows by automating repetitive and time-consuming tasks.
  5. Easy to Use: HotStrings are easy to set up and use, making them accessible to users of all skill levels.
  6. Versatile: HotStrings can be used for a wide variety of tasks, such as typing out common phrases, inserting images, and even running scripts.
  7. Cost-effective: HotStrings are a cost-effective solution for increasing productivity, as they do not require any additional software or hardware.
  8. Expandable: HotStrings can be expanded upon and modified as needed, allowing for continued improvement and increased efficiency over time.
  9. Compatibility: HotStrings are compatible with a wide range of applications and programs, making them a versatile tool for any user.
  10. Increased Accuracy: HotStrings can be used to automate repetitive and time-consuming tasks, which can help to improve accuracy and reduce errors.

HotStrings is a powerful tool that can be used to automate repetitive tasks, increase productivity, and streamline workflows. With its versatility, ease of use, and cost-effectiveness, it’s no wonder that many users find it to be an invaluable tool. Whether you’re a busy professional, a student, or anyone in between, HotStrings can help to make your work easier and more efficient.

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Here are 39 examples of AutoHotkey HotStrings to get you started

  1. ::btw::by the way
  2. ::gov::government
  3. :r:lu::Love you too!
  4. ::ctn::Sorry, I can’t talk right now I’ll get back to you in a few minutes
  5. ::pjz::Please join zoom for a few minutes.  I have a couple of questions I need to ask you
  6. ::rty::Spasiba  ;Thank you in Russian
  7. ::jty::Domo arigato ;Thank you in Japanese
  8. ::tq::thank you
  9. ::pls::please
  10. ::wdyt::what do you think
  11. ::idk::I don’t know
  12. ::np::no problem
  13. ::brb::be right back
  14. ::afk::away from keyboard
  15. ::yw::you’re welcome
  16. ::omw::on my way
  17. ::ty::thank you
  18. ::lol::laugh out loud
  19. ::lmao::laughing my ass off
  20. ::rofl::rolling on the floor laughing
  21. ::haha::laughing
  22. ::jk::just kidding
  23. ::btw::by the way
  24. ::ftw::for the win
  25. ::imo::in my opinion
  26. ::tbh::to be honest
  27. ::gtd::get things done
  28. ::adrs::address
  29. ::phn::phone number
  30. ::dob::date of birth
  31. ::email::email address
  32. ::sig::signature
  33. ::bd::birthday
  34. ::cp::company
  35. ::prjct::project
  36. ::rpt::report
  37. ::mtg::meeting
  38. ::cmp::compliment
  39. ::sug::suggestion

These are just a some examples, you can customize and make your own Hotstrings for phrases, words, sentences or even paragraphs that you use frequently.

06: Chrome and AutoHotkey: Getting lists from page

Automating and ChromeHere we continue with GeekDude working with Chrome and AutoHotkey extracting data from a webpage.  This session we focus on getting lists and leverage JSON, Chrome.Jxon_Dump, JSON.stringify, Chrome.Jxon_Load and jQuery.

The great news is that GeekDude explained how we can see the Reddit site the way it was the below video!

By logging into https://old.reddit.com/r/AutoHotkey/, the HTML will be the same as in the video!

Chrome and AutoHotkey: Getting lists from page

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Notes: Chrome and AutoHotkey: Getting lists from page

00:05     Sometimes you want multiple items from a page.  Maybe all post titles, or all links form comments.

00:20     Looking in HTML we see there’s a lot going on.  We need to look at the structure BEFORE we get working on it.

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Easily pushing delimited data into a ListView in AutoHotkey

I used to be a Data Scientist and often found data that I’d want to “peak” at.  AutoHotkey listviews are an easy way to do this!

Example Easily pushing delimited data into a ListView in AutoHotkey

https://youtu.be/XdHqE6v4Ov8

Here’s the code I used to Easily pushing delimited data into a ListView in AutoHotkey
 


#Include  
;**************************************
Data=
(
Email First_Name Last_Name Title Another more more2
Joe@the-Automator.com Joe Glines the-Automator LastFound one End
joejunkemail@yahoo.com Jon King King big guy Here
Joe@AnotherDomain.com Joseph GLines Something now what ok
)

Data1=
(
ONE,TWO,THREE,FOUR,FIVE,SIX
1one,1two,1three,1four,1five,1six
2one,2two,2three,2four,2five,2six
)
LV_Table(Data1,",",1,Title:="Example Tab delimited data & not using header") ;comma on variable
;~ Data_Source3:=A_ScriptDir . "\data.txt"
;~ LV_Table(Data_Source3,,0,Title:="Example large tab delimited FILE not using header") ;tab on file

;~ LV_Table(Post, delimiter:="`t",UseHeader:=1,Title:="Joe's posts")
LV_Table(Data_Source, delimiter="`t",UseHeader=1,Title=""){ ; default delimiter set to tab
if FileExist(Data_Source) ;if file exists use it as source
FileRead, Data_Source, %Data_Source% ;read in and store as variable

;***********parse the data in variable and store in object*******************
data_obj := StrSplit(Data_Source,"`n","`r") ;parse earch row and store in object
rowHeader:=StrReplace(data_obj.RemoveAt(1),Delimiter,"|",Numb_Columns) ; Remove header from Object and convert to pipe delimited
if (useHeader=0){
loop, % Numb_Columns+1
RH.="Col_" A_Index "|"
rowHeader:=RH
}

dCols:= (Numb_Columns<8) ? 400: ((Numb_Columns<80) ? 650 : 1100) ;if cols <10 use 400; if cols <80 use 650 ; else use 1100
dRows:= (data_obj.MaxIndex() >27) ? 26 : data_obj.MaxIndex() ;if rows >27 use 26 else use # of rows

Gui, Table_View: New,,%Title% ;create new gui window and set title
Gui, Add, ListView, w%dCols% r%dRows% grid , % rowHeader ;set headers

For Each, Row In data_obj ;add the data lines to the ListView
LV_Add("", StrSplit(Row, Delimiter)*) ;LV_Add is a variadic function

Gui, Table_View:Show
}