Are you like me having many scripts running but use #NoTrayIcon to hide the system tray icon? It’s a pain to edit scripts as you have to navigate to the folder and edit the file. With AHKScriptHub you have control over all running scripts! Easily pop-open the folder, pause, reload, and more!
The AutoHotkey documentation is top-notch however many editors don’t allow you to easily pull it up! AHKHelp allows you to easily access AutoHotkey documentation and video tutorials! In this one tool we leverage the online AutoHotkey documentation as well as search YouTube for the AutoHotkey topic you’ve selected! This will greatly improve your AutoHotkey experience!
Watch how easy it is to pull up AutoHotkey documentation and videos from ANY editor!
We all have our favorite default AutoHotkey editor / AutoHotkey IDE to edit in however sometimes you want to switch editors. Not all editors make this easy! AHK Studio has a built in way to set it as the default editor (in the omni search type default editor), however you can’t easily switch it back to what was default before it. SciTE4AutoHotkey will ask at first-run if you want it o be the default editor however after that you’re on your own. It doesn’t matter if you’re using Visual Studio, Notepadd++, or Notepad as your default AutoHotkey editor. This just keeps track of your registry settings and allows you to, easily, swap them without actually monkeying with your registry!
AHKEditSwap is an AutoHotkey script that will keep track of your editors and make it easy revert back to previous editors. If you’re wanting to try out a different AutoHotkey IDE, use Edit Swap to easily customize your default AutoHotkey editor. Or, if you’re working on someone else’s computer, use AHKEditSwap to easily change back and forth so you can use your favorite AHK IDE and so can the default user!
You can download AHKEditSwap here
How to change your default AutoHotkey editor with AHKEditSwap!
In an AutoHotkey webinar a few years back I demonstrated how to easily create Bar Charts with AutoHotkey
I went back and excerpted the content which you can watch the below video to see just how easy it is to create bar charts with AutoHotkey! You can see the original post (with lots of examples & documentation) from Learning One on the old forum or jump to the continued thread on the new forum (but not many resources).
BTW- if you’re wondering how to save the image as a file (for use in other tools) you can see this post where he shows how to save the graph as a PNG