AutoHotkey unleashes the full potential of your keyboard, joystick, and mouse. For example, in addition to the typical Control, Alt, and Shift modifiers, you can use the Windows key and the Capslock key as modifiers. In fact, you can make any key or mouse button act as a modifier. For these and other capabilities, see Advanced Hotkeys.
- Fixed RunAs not to crash or misbehave when a domain is specified. [thanks Markus Frohnmaier]
- Changed relational operators to yield integers even when the inputs are floating point; e.g. 1.0 < 2.0 yields 1 vs. 1.0. [thanks Lexikos]
Tools and Utilities
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