A Peek at the Coming AutoHotkey V2.0

Thoughts and Insights into the Future of AutoHotkey

AutoHotkey Version 2.0—Should I Wait for It?
As Signs of the Impending Release of AutoHotkey V2.0 Crop Up in the Online Documentation, Questions Arise About Our Legacy Scripts

Preparing for AutoHotkey Version 2.0 (Even If You Don’t Need It)
Many AutoHotkey V1.1 Commands Offer Parallel Functions Which Run in Both V1.1 and V2.0—It Makes Sense to Use Them Now

Library BenefitsHow to Fool Around with the New AutoHotkey Version 2.0
Test the Alpha Release of AutoHotkey V2.0 Without Losing All of Your Version 1.1 Apps

Accessing Web Pages (AutoHotkey Tips)
Find a Consistent Relationship in URLs to Redirect Web Pages

Comparing Today’s AutoHotkey Version 1.1 and the Future Version 2.0 (Part 1—Everything Functions)
As We Await the Ultimate Release of AutoHotkey V2.0, Let’s Look at How Things Will Change

Comparing Today’s AutoHotkey Version 1.1 and the Future Version 2.0 (Part 2—GUI Objects)
In AutoHotkey V2.0, GUI Pop-up Windows Turn into Objects, Plus Replacing the Lost V1.1 gLabel

Comparing Today’s AutoHotkey Version 1.1 and the Future Version 2.0 (Part 3—RegExs for Converting to V2.0)
When and If the Time Comes, Regular Expressions (RegEx) Can Help with the Conversion Process from AutoHotkey V1.1 to V2.0

Comparing Today’s AutoHotkey Version 1.1 and the Future Version 2.0 (Part 4—Fixing %Var% Variable Replacements)
With the Removal of Most Forms of %Var% Variable Replacement from AutoHotkey V1.1, Expressions in V2.0 GUI Functions Require Special String Concatenation Attention

Comparing Today’s AutoHotkey Version 1.1 and the Future Version 2.0 (Part 5—Replacing V1.1 gLabels with V2.0 GuiControl.OnEvent())
AutoHotkey Version 2.0 Drops the GUI gLabel in Favor of the Object OnEvent() Function

Building a Lookup Table with an INI File (AutoHotkey Reference Tip)
In AutoHotkey, You Can Use an INI File as a Database for Relating Lookup Table Items

 

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