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Simple AutoHotKey Tricks

December 6th, 2010

Here are some helpful hints for those using the amazing scripting program/framework/language AutoHotKey. When you copy, you need to wait for the text to appear on the clipboard. If you don’t mind nuking the clipboard, use this function: Copy() { clipboard = Send ^c ClipWait } If you want to wait for a page to […]

Firefox Tools Part 2

June 17th, 2008

It’s been almost two years since I posted my last entry on Firefox add-ons and customizations. I posted that about three weeks after Firefox 2 was relased, and now I’m posting this entry just before Firefox 3 is released. Somewhat fitting, although this will probably be a little outdated in less than half a day. […]

Firefox Tools

November 13th, 2006

While setting up a new copy of firefox on my second computer, I realized that my web browsing setup is very dependent upon the vast array of third-party extensions for Firefox. These are things I just can’t live without, and hopefully you’ll agree. There are many other extensions, greasemonkey scripts and bookmarklets out there. Hopefully, […]

Introduction to AutoHotKey

October 4th, 2006

When you use a system for years, you get used to the annoyances. You stop noticing things that don’t make sense, or work around them. Every day, you do things that could be done a smarter way. It’s just the way things are. Macro programs, today’s topic, are just another step in customizing your workspace, […]

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