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    Hi all,
    This is for my personal use only.
    I am trying a little project how to use AutoIt plugin and make it do all the work for me.
    e.g
    Use AutoIt to change the MouseHoverTime in the Registry Editor.

    This is the process

    Regedit.exe
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Control Panel
    Mouse
    Change "MouseHoverTime" from 400 to 10

    The code below is as far as I have got. It does not select "Control Panel" Is it possible to go further with AutoIt, then select Control Panel then Mouse then MouseHoverTime then change to 10.


    Code:
    AutoIt.SetOption("SendKeyDelay", 100)
    AutoIt.Send("#r", 0)
    AutoIt.Send("regedit.exe{Enter}", 0)
    AutoIt.Send("HKEY_CURRENT_USER{Enter}", 0)
    AutoIt.Send("Control Panel{Enter}", 0)

  • #2
    Originally posted by MrBryza View Post
    Hi all,
    This is for my personal use only.
    I am trying a little project how to use AutoIt plugin and make it do all the work for me.
    e.g
    Use AutoIt to change the MouseHoverTime in the Registry Editor.

    This is the process

    Regedit.exe
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Control Panel
    Mouse
    Change "MouseHoverTime" from 400 to 10

    The code below is as far as I have got. It does not select "Control Panel" Is it possible to go further with AutoIt, then select Control Panel then Mouse then MouseHoverTime then change to 10.


    Code:
    AutoIt.SetOption("SendKeyDelay", 100)
    AutoIt.Send("#r", 0)
    AutoIt.Send("regedit.exe{Enter}", 0)
    AutoIt.Send("HKEY_CURRENT_USER{Enter}", 0)
    AutoIt.Send("Control Panel{Enter}", 0)
    good luck with the rest

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rodymanners View Post

      good luck with the rest
      Why? because it cant be done or know one will help?

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      • #4
        Hi MrBryza ,
        I am trying a little project how to use AutoIt plugin and make it do all the work for me.
        e.g
        Use AutoIt to change the MouseHoverTime in the Registry Editor.
        this can be done with just a line of code
        Code:
        Registry.SetValue(HKEY_CURRENT_USER, "Control Panel\\Mouse", "MouseHoverTime", "10", REG_SZ);
        but if you want to play with autoit
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        try these
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        Cheers

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        • #5
          colc Superb
          I will also take a look at the Autoit
          Thank you

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MrBryza View Post

            Why? because it cant be done or know one will help?
            I didn't say that I wished you good luck that's all , I think it can be done I don't have the solution tho

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