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  Using Multiple AHK Enterpads on Single Computer
Posted by: NLantern - 08-27-2018, 11:50 AM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (1)

I’m looking to expand the amount of scripts I have instant access to and so would like to be able to use multiple Enterpads on a single computer, each firing different sets of AHK scripts. Is there a way I can do this?


Thanks

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  Pre Sale Question
Posted by: denilama - 08-13-2018, 09:20 AM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - No Replies

Note: This post is taken from another forum where I provide ShortKeeper support.

Quote:Does the product require the installation of any software. I’m wondering if this can be used in an environment that does not allow the installation of any software.

That said, I do use the portable version of AHK on my computer already.

I assume you don’t have a less expensive version, perhaps with fewer keys?

Software is only needed to program the Enterpad. Once the Enterpad has been programmed to send keystrokes (i.e., any of the 101-104 keys found on a standard keyboard), it can be used in an environment that does not require the installation of any software. Thus, you can set each Enterpad key to send a shortcut key that will trigger an AutoHotkey script, and (provided AutoHotkey is installed on the system) you still won’t need to install any software to use the Enterpad.

However, the Enterpad can also trigger AutoHotkey scripts directly (without using shortcut keys to trigger them). To take advantage of this unique feature, a small portable file needs to be copied to the same folder as the AutoHotkey scripts. The AHK Enterpad script template already includes it.

To answer your last question, a device with fewer keys can be custom-built by Cedeq; however, a custom device would be more expensive. With all the AutoHotkey scripts currently available on the Internet, you might soon find uses for all of your Enterpad keys.

Quote:Thanks, denilama.
One other question.
Not sure if I should order the Standard version or the AHK version. How am I limited if I go with either ?

You are not limited with either. The AHK Enterpad is simply a standard Enterpad already configured with the "AutoHotkeyRp1.pos" file. You can easily convert an AHK Enterpad into a standard Enterpad and vice versa. You can even have a part of the Enterpad standard (e.g. keys 1-60) and another part AHK (e.g. keys 61-120).

If you know AutoHotkey, it makes sense to order the AHK version: https://cedeq.com/enterpad/en/autohotkey/express-order

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  Enterpad in Australia
Posted by: denilama - 08-03-2018, 11:54 AM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - No Replies

Note: This post is taken from another forum where I provide ShortKeeper support.

Quote:Can you please direct me to your Australian distributor? Many thanks

At this moment, we don't have an Enterpad distributor in Australia, but we regularly ship the Enterpad to addresses all over the world.

We use Canada Post’s Xpresspost™ service (with insurance and tracking) to ship small Enterpad orders (up to 10 units). The delivery time for one Enterpad to Australia is about 7 days. However, there could be an additional delay due to customs. A reasonable estimate is about 1-2 weeks on average.

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  Programme de configuration pour l'Enterpad P120
Posted by: denilama - 06-25-2018, 01:27 PM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - No Replies

Note: Ce message est extrait d'un autre forum où je fournis du support pour l'Enterpad.

Quote:J'ai un enterpad P120, mais je n'ai pu le programme pour changé mes codes. Ou puis-je me procurer ce programme svp

Voici un lien pour récupérer le programme servant à changer les codes d’un Enterpad P120 régulier :
https://cedeq.com/enterpad-p120/download...Config.exe

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  Enterpad in India
Posted by: Pujja - 06-21-2018, 04:09 PM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (1)

I wanted to buy AHK Enterpad in India. From where can I get this product and how much it cost.

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Photo Failed attempt to launch Shortkeeper
Posted by: Oli_B - 06-21-2018, 10:46 AM - Forum: Need help with ShortKeeper? - Replies (2)

Hi, I got an error message this morning while trying to open Shortkeeper. The first time, I double clicked on the Shortkeeper logo in the taskbar and I got this message :

Failed attempt to launch program or document. Specifically : The application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect.

   

Then I tried again but this time by double clicking on the Shortkeeper icon on my desktop. I then got the same message written differently :

   

Can someone help me solve this thing here because I can't use Shortkeeper from now on.

Thanks!

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  Enterpad key with double duty
Posted by: Ouisie24 - 06-07-2018, 02:58 PM - Forum: The Enterpad corner - Replies (1)

Can I program a single Enterpad key to work in two different programs.

Here is the example.

Instead of creating two keys for changing text to Times New Roman, one key for Word and another for Thunderbird email. Can you program the different commands on the same key with the key recognizing what program is running when the key is pressed?

Thank you

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Lightbulb Keyboard Shortcut - Auto Login to a WordPress Dashboard
Posted by: denilama - 05-31-2018, 04:03 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - No Replies

If you maintain a WordPress site, chances are that you frequently have to go through the tedious process of accessing the Dashboard, which includes launching a web browser, opening the WordPress login page, inputting your username and password, and then clicking the Log In button. The following AutoHotkey script can be used with ShortKeeper to create a keyboard shortcut to automate the whole process.

Need help creating a keyboard shortcut with ShortKeeper using the following AutoHotkey code? This 5-minute tutorial will help!

Username := "YourUserName"
Password := "YourPassord"
URL := "http://yourdomain.com/wp-login.php"
wb := ComObjCreate("InternetExplorer.Application")
wb.Visible := True
wb.Navigate(URL)
TimeOut := 10
While wb.readyState != 4 || wb.document.readyState != "complete" || wb.busy
{
 Sleep, 1000
 TimeOut := TimeOut - 1
 if (TimeOut = 0)
   return
}
Sleep 500
wb.document.getElementById("user_login").value := Username
wb.document.getElementById("user_pass").value := Password
wb.document.getElementById("wp-submit").Click()
At lines #1 and #2, "YourUsername" and "YourPassword" must be replaced with the actual user name and password (do not remove quotation marks).

At line #3, "http://yourdomain.com/wp-login.php" must be replaced with the actual URL of the WordPress login page (do not remove quotation marks).

At line #7, a timeout delay of 10 seconds is set in case the script becomes unresponsive (e.g. due to a slow Internet connection) in attempting to load the WordPress login page. If the timeout expires, the script will simply terminate without inserting the username and password. The timeout delay can be changed if needed.

At line #15, a 500 milliseconds pause is inserted after the WordPress login page is loaded and before inserting the username and password. You might have to lengthen the pause for a slow computer.

Use a password stored in an external encrypted file

Someone with access to your ShortKeeper application might be able to see your WordPress password, which some users may find insecure. This section explains how to use a password stored in a separate file that is protected with a master password.

To begin, replace line #2 of the script above with the following two lines:
PasswordName := "wordpress1"
ExternalFileName := "T:\MyData.ini"
At line #2, "T:\MyData.ini" must refer to the path and filename of the external password file (do not remove quotation marks).

Now, to get the password from the external file, the following line of code must be inserted between line #16 and line #17 of the script above:
IniRead, Password, % ExternalFileName, % "Passwords", % PasswordName

The following line inserted between lines #17 and #18 will make sure the password in the computer memory is cleared as soon as possible:
Password :=

Then you will have to create an external file (a simple text file will do) with an ".ini" extension with content like this:

[Passwords]
wordpress1=hkdf77*&77767s8erw82w38
wordpress2=76349286&876&*987&*fGG

You can add all of your other passwords to the same file.

If the external file cannot be read (e.g. if it is encrypted), the inserted password will be "ERROR" instead of the actual password.

There are several ways to encrypt/decrypt the external file. If you are using TrueCrypt, you could insert the following code between lines #3 and #4 above. This will prompt you to enter the master password if the file is not already decrypted:
if (!FileExist(ExternalFileName))
{
 TrueCryptPath := "C:\Program Files (x86)\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe"
 ContainerPath := "U:\TrueCryptContainer.tc"
 RunWait % TrueCryptPath . " /q /lt /v " . ContainerPath
}
At line #3, "C:\Program Files (x86)\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe" must refer to the path of TrueCrypt.exe (do not remove quotation marks).

At line #4, "U:\TrueCryptContainer.tc" must refer to the path of the TrueCrypt file container (do not remove quotation marks).

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Lightbulb Keyboard Shortcut - Insert a Password Stored in an Encrypted File
Posted by: denilama - 05-22-2018, 02:45 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - No Replies

Creating a shortcut to insert a password is easy with the "Insert text" command in ShortKeeper. However, your password could be found by someone with access to your ShortKeeper. One way to make things more secure is to create a shortcut to insert a password that is stored in an external file (containing all of your passwords) protected with a master password. Here is one way to do it.

Instead of using the "Insert text" command in ShortKeeper, you use the "Run AutoHotkey code" command. Then, instead of typing your password in the Param field, you paste the following code:

ExternalFileName := "T:\MyData.ini"
PasswordName := "YourBank1"
IniRead, Password, % ExternalFileName, % "Passwords", % PasswordName
SendInput % Password
Password :=

At line #1 of the code above, "T:\MyData.ini" must refer to the path and filename of the external file containing your passwords (do not remove quotation marks).

At line #2 of the code above, "YourBank1" must match one of the password names in the external file (do not remove quotation marks).

Then you will have to create an external file (a simple text file will do) with an ".ini" extension with content like this:

[Passwords]
YourBank1=hkdf77*&77767s8erw82w38
YourBank2=76349286&876&*987&*fGG

You can add all of your other passwords in the external file too.

If the external file cannot be read (e.g. if it is encrypted), the shortcut will insert "ERROR" instead of the password.

There are several ways to encrypt/decrypt the external file. If you are using TrueCrypt, you could insert the following code between lines #2 and #3 above. This will prompt you to enter the master password if the file is not already decrypted:
if (!FileExist(ExternalFileName))
{
  TrueCryptPath := "C:\Program Files (x86)\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe"
  ContainerPath := "U:\TrueCryptContainer.tc"
  RunWait % TrueCryptPath . " /q /lt /v " . ContainerPath
}

At line #3, "C:\Program Files (x86)\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe" must refer to the path of TrueCrypt.exe (do not remove quotation marks).

At line #4, "U:\TrueCryptContainer.tc" must refer to the path of the TrueCrypt file container (do not remove quotation marks).

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Lightbulb Keyboard Shortcut - Auto Login to a Questrade Account
Posted by: denilama - 05-11-2018, 01:42 PM - Forum: Keyboard shortcuts with AutoHotkey code - No Replies

If you invest in stocks, you know that five seconds can be the difference between a gain and a loss. If your trading brokerage is Questrade and want a keyboard shortcut that will automatically log you in, the following AutoHotkey script is for you. The shortcut will open Questrade (https://login.questrade.com/Signin.aspx) in Internet Explorer, enter your username and password in the appropriate fields, and bring you to your Questrade home page.

Need help creating a keyboard shortcut with ShortKeeper using the following AutoHotkey code? This 5-minute tutorial will help!

Username := "YourUserName"
Password := "YourPassword"
URL := "https://login.questrade.com/Signin.aspx"
wb := ComObjCreate("InternetExplorer.Application")
wb.Visible := True
wb.Navigate(URL)
While wb.readyState != 4 || wb.document.readyState != "complete" || wb.busy
  Sleep, 100
wb.document.getElementById("ctl00_DefaultContent_txtUsername").value := Username
wb.document.getElementById("ctl00_DefaultContent_txtPassword").value := Password
wb.document.getElementById("ctl00_DefaultContent_btnLogin").Click()

At lines #1 and #2, “YourUsername” and “YourPassword” must be replaced with the actual user name and password (do not remove quotation marks).

This script will also work if you are already logged into Questrade. It will start Internet Explorer even if this is not your default browser. The script was tested with Windows 7 and 10.

If Questrade changes the way its web page works, this script might stop working. If you experience any problems, please let me know with a post on this thread. You can subscribe to the thread to be notified of any updates.

You can now concentrate on what you do best: trading! And remember... buy the rumor and sell the news Smile

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