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  Pre Sales Template Question
Posted by: AceFAB - 08-19-2020, 03:20 PM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (1)

I found this as a link from a friend on Facebook and have been looking this over. I have to say that I am interested in this. I have been looking at the stream deck XL as well.

You see, I am a jack of many trades, Photographer, Web Developer and Pilot. 
I use the Adobe Suite, Office and flight simulators all with many shortcuts.

My question is how do I create my own custom templates. Does Shortkeeper do this? i found the sample templates here on the site but do not understand how they are created?

Thanks,
Neil

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  Keyboard Shortcut - Find a Selected Text in a PDF file
Posted by: pilot888 - 07-27-2020, 12:58 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - No Replies

As an engineer, I often need further understanding regarding a specific text like a part description, part number, revision, applicability, etc to process a job request. Because the extra information that I am looking for is in a PDF file (catalog.pdf for this example), I end up having to copy paste the text, look for and open the PDF file, paste the text in the search bar and press enter. While this looks easy to do, it can be very long and repetive which becomes a waste of time.

To solve this, I developed a quick AutoHotkey script to process the search of the selected text instantly in the PDF file. I select the text, then I activate the shortcut from Shortkeeper. Immediately after, the PDF file opens up and instantly shows the first occurence of the selected text inside the PDF file. Here's the AutoHotkey script to be used in Shortkeeper:

SendInput, ^c
Sleep 500
Run % "C:\xxxx\yyyy\catalog.pdf"
Sleep 2000
SendInput, ^f
Sleep 500
SendInput, ^v
Sleep 500
SendInput, ^g

Note that you can have many PDF reference files depending on where you want to search the selected text. Also, you can increase the sleep timers depending on the speed of your computer for proper script operation. 

This shortcut is by far a game changer and ultimately saves me lots of precious time at work. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

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  ChromeBooks
Posted by: alifa - 07-12-2020, 02:24 PM - Forum: Need help with ShortKeeper? - Replies (1)

Do you have any support for Chromebooks with your products? I'm a previous autohotkey user that now have a Pixelbook

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  Is the Enterpad waterproof ?
Posted by: hoopy1 - 06-13-2020, 09:27 AM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (1)

Hi, Is the Enterpad waterproof ?

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  How do I use ShortKeeper to launch a selected file within an application?
Posted by: tdarais - 05-13-2020, 06:40 PM - Forum: Need help with ShortKeeper? - Replies (2)

Hi,

Shortkeeper is a capable product and I have a hunch it can do something I'd like to do, but I just don't know the particulars on how to do it!

On my Windows 10 systems, I have set my default PDF application to be the Sumatra PDF viewer.  This is the application I use most with PDF files.  However, I also frequently use a software product called PDF-XChange to edit PDF files.  I would like to set up a ShortKeeper hotkey to launch a selected file within PDF-XChange when I have selected the file within Windows File Explorer (by left clicking on the file); second best, the I'd use the hotkey on a file my mouse is hovering over from within the File Explorer window to launch that file within PDF-XChange.  I surmise there are two ShortKeeper approaches available to accomplish what I'm wanting to do:
1) Use "Start application by path and file name"
2)  Use "Run AutoHotkey code"
I've tried using both approaches but due to my limited knowledge (and probably making several syntax errors, or other errors) I haven't been successful with either approach (even after using some AutoHotkey snipets of code I've found on AutoHotkey forums).  It's tricky telling ShortKeeper/AutoHotkey which file to launch in the application because the file name is dynamic.

The path of my PDF viewer/editor software is as follows:  C:\Program Files\Tracker Software\PDF Viewer\PDFXCview.exe  

Any help you can provide on solving the above issue will be much appreciated!  ShortKeeper is awesome, thanks for providing such a useful product.  It has saved me an incredible amount of time on repetitive tasks.

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  Error with download file
Posted by: foscmgt - 03-14-2020, 04:01 PM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (16)

Good morning. I am a new user of Enterpad120. Days ago I sent them an email asking how to get Spanish keyboard emulator.
Now I would like you to help me with the following two questions:
- In a .pos file, how can I split a long line in two.
- In EPConfig I often get the "Wrong Device ID" error. What is the solution ? I reconnect the Enterpad120, but the error reappears.
The purchase date of Enterpad is February 5

I put this post in the form at support@cedeq.com and maybe I should have put it here in the forum, right?

Note: I add the catch of the error in a .jpg file.

Thank you. Sincerely,
Manuel Garcia Tort

   

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  small problems
Posted by: foscmgt - 03-13-2020, 06:35 PM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (1)

A few days ago I wrote two queries to the support center

I am a new user of Enterpad120. Days ago I sent them an email asking how to get Spanish keyboard emulator.
Now I would like you to help me with the following two questions:
- In a .pos file, how can I split a long line in two.
- In EPConfig I often get the "Wrong Device ID" error. What is the solution ? I reconnect the Enterpad120, but the error reappears.
The purchase date of Enterpad is February 5.

Perhaps the right place to ask questions was this forum

Thank you. Sincerely,
foscmgt

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  Keyboard Shortcut - Find the conjugation table for a selected verb
Posted by: pilot888 - 10-31-2019, 03:31 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - Replies (1)

When I need to write a proposal to a customer, an email to my teammates, etc, I often need to validate if I use the proper spelling for several verbs as they don't often come easily in my head. Typically, after selecting the text (from anywhere), you have to copy it (to the clipboard), start your browser, go to a verb conjugation website, paste it (from the clipboard) in the query field, and then click a button to find the proper spelling. This whole process can be very long and repetitive.

To solve this, I developed a quick AutoHotkey script to process the finding rapidly into a verb conjugation website. For this example, I used I ''http://conjugueur.reverso.net/conjugaison-anglais-verbe-" but you can use any other verb conjugation website.

Basically, I select the verb to find the associated conjugation table, then I activate the shortcut from Shortkeeper. Immediately after, the verb conjugation website opens up in my internet browser and instantly shows me the conjugation table of that verb. Also, if the copying to the clipboard fails, an error will pop up. Here's the AutoHotkey script to be used in Shortkeeper:

ClipSaved := ClipboardAll
Clipboard =
SendInput, ^c
ClipWait, 2
if ErrorLevel
{
 ;MsgBox % "Failed attempt to copy text to clipboard."
  Run % "http://conjugueur.reverso.net/conjugaison-anglais.html"
}
else
{
  TextSelected := Trim(Clipboard)
  Run % "http://conjugueur.reverso.net/conjugaison-anglais-verbe-" . TextSelected  . ".html"
}
Clipboard := ClipSaved

Enjoy!

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  Keyboard Shortcut - Find synonyms from a selected word
Posted by: pilot888 - 10-31-2019, 02:55 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - Replies (1)

When I need to write a proposal to a customer, an email to my teammates, etc, the perfect words don't often come easily in my head. For me, it can mean that I've communicated properly my proposal to the customer, earn his trust and receive a purchase order. Typically, after selecting the text (from anywhere), you have to copy it (to the clipboard), start your browser, go to a synonym website, paste it (from the clipboard) in the query field, and then click a button to find a synonym. This whole process can be very long and repetitive.

To solve this, I developed a quick AutoHotkey script to process the finding rapidly into a synonym website. For this example, I used I ''https://synonyms.reverso.net/synonyme/'' but you can use any other synonym website. 

Basically, I select the word that I want to find a synonym, then I activate the shortcut from Shortkeeper. Immediately after, the synonym website opens up in my internet browser and instantly shows me several synonyms of the selected word. Here's the AutoHotkey script to be used in Shortkeeper:

ClipSaved := ClipboardAll
Clipboard =
SendInput, ^c
ClipWait, 2
if ErrorLevel
{
 ;MsgBox % "Failed attempt to copy text to clipboard."
  Run % "https://synonyms.reverso.net/synonyme/en/"
}
else
{
  TextSelected := Trim(Clipboard)
  Run % "https://synonyms.reverso.net/synonyme/en/" . TextSelected
}
Clipboard := ClipSaved

Enjoy!

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  Keyboard Shortcut - Launch Google Translate for Selected Text
Posted by: pilot888 - 10-17-2019, 06:59 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - Replies (4)

Often at my work, I need to translate documents received from international customers when English is not used. Typically, after selecting the text (from anywhere), you have to copy it (to the clipboard), start your browser, go to Google Translate, paste it (from the clipboard) in the query field, and then click a button to translate. This whole process can be very long and repetitive.

To solve this, I developed a quick AutoHotkey script to process the translation into Google Translate. I select the non-English text, then I activate the shortcut from Shortkeeper. Immediately after, Google Translate opens up in my internet browser and instantly shows me the English version of the text. Here's the AutoHotkey script to be used in Shortkeeper:

ClipSaved := ClipboardAll
Clipboard =
SendInput, ^c
ClipWait, 2
if ErrorLevel
{
  run % "https://translate.google.com/?js=n&sl=en&tl=fr"
}
else
{
  SelectedText := Trim(Clipboard)
SelectedText := StrReplace(SelectedText, "%", "%25")
SelectedText := StrReplace(SelectedText, "#", "%23")
SelectedText := StrReplace(SelectedText, "&", "%26")
SelectedText := StrReplace(SelectedText, "+", "%2b")
  SelectedText := StrReplace(SelectedText, """", "%22")
  SelectedText := StrReplace(SelectedText, A_SPACE, "%20")
  run % "https://translate.google.com/?js=n&sl=en&tl=fr&text=" . SelectedText
}
Clipboard := ClipSaved

Note that you can change the input and output language, to whatever language Google Translate supports, by changing the ''en'' and ''fr'' in the URL address to your preferred language code. In this example, I translate from English to French.

This shortcut is by far a game changer and ultimately saves me lots of precious time at work. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

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