How to Add Action to AutoHotKey Hotstrings; Solving an AutoCorrect Problem with IF-ELSE Conditions
Practical Ways to Use No Backspace (B0), Case Sensitive (C), and Omit Last Character (O) Options in Your AutoHotkey Hotstring AutoCorrect Script; Expanding Abbreviations; Capitalization Issues; Automatically Adding Script and Programming Codes
Last time, I discussed possible ways to use instant replacement (*) and internal word text replacement (?) options in your AutoHotkey Hotstring AutoCorrect script. That’s just a couple of the methods where you can use Hotstring options to add more power to your AutoCorrect script. This time we start with an example which combines the No Backspace (B0), Case Sensitive (C), and Omit Last Character (O) options in one Hotstring for expanding abbreviations.
Practical Ways to Use Instant Replacement (*) and Internal Word Text Replacement (?) in Your AutoHotkey Hotstring AutoCorrect Script
Commonly Misspelled Words Instantly Correct Themselves Right Before Your Eyes
I’ve been using AutoHotkey for a number of years, but one of the most satisfying apps that I use every day—whether writing an e-mail, working on this blog, or filling out Web forms—consists of an implementation of AutoHotkey AutoCorrect. Whenever I mistype the word “the” by entering “eht” or ” teh” it automatically changes to the correct form. “Mispelling” turns into “misspelling.” “They;re” converts to “they’re.” It’s great when I make a mistake and see it fixed right before my eyes. AutoCorrect offers one of the most powerful ways for the average person to use AutoHotkey and it’s so easy to do. Continue reading