AutoHotkey is a free, open-source large scale creation and robotization programming utility that permits clients to mechanize dreary assignments. Any application UI can be adjusted via AutoHotkey (for instance, superseding the default Windows control key orders with their Emacs counterparts). It is driven by a custom scripting language that is pointed explicitly at giving console alternate ways or hotkeys.
- Computerize nearly anything by sending keystrokes and mouse clicks. You can compose a mouse or console full scale by hand or utilize the large scale recorder.
- Make hotkeys for console, joystick, and mouse. For all intents and purposes any key, catch, or blend can turn into a hotkey.
- Grow shortened forms as you type them. For instance, composing “btw” can consequently create “incidentally”.
- Make custom information section structures, UIs, and menu bars. See GUI for subtleties.
- Remap keys and fastens on your console, joystick, and mouse.
- React to signals from hand-held remote controls by means of the WinLIRC customer content.
- Run existing AutoIt v2 contents and improve them with new abilities.
- Convert any content into an EXE document that can be run on PCs that don’t have AutoHotkey introduced.