AutoHotkey MsgBox Tricks for Adding Power and Flexibility to Your Scripts. If You Want a Simple, Quick Way to Display Data and Execute Action, You’ll Love These Techniques!
As I go back to work on the AutoHotkey Quick Reference script (based upon the hidden index in the AutoHotkey Web site), I ponder what enhancements I should add next. I find that I now regularly activate the lookup Hotkey combination which displays AutoHotkey command, function, or variable formats—often just to check syntax. The usefulness of this reference script motivates me to do more with it.
After adding a special section to the script which parses the math function Web page (not yet discussed) and planning a future implementation of some pop-up menus—possibly using the Input command (discussed in the Beginning AutoHotkey Hotstrings book)—I finally settled upon including a feature which inserts the text format for commands, functions, and variables from the message box directly into any editing field. Continue reading