I would like to automate it so that say when media center opens it automatically executes the script to change sound source. Could some kindly check this script and tell me what i have done wrong? Community Forum Software by IP. Please log in to reply. Thanks very much for the reply. I do expect you to compare and learn from the differences between our scripts.
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It was a little easier to re-write the script than to try to tell “what you did wrong”.
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I couldn’t properly test the script because my “mmsys. Yes, I may be over-dramatizing with the compri “clicking wildly about on the screen” but I’ve seen some code that appeared not much different. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
I am totally new to this so its a steep learning curve. Thanks so much for you help. Back to Ask for Help. But, to the point, I feel that selecting a ‘device’ by name in the SysListView is far more reliable.
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Is there a way to execute the script when MCE opens? Could some kindly check this script and tell me what i have done wrong? Given that I understand widnows half of what I have just done it is unsuprising that this doesn’t seem to work.
Hope this is clear and thanks! Ahk provides for the ability to ‘click’ anywhere but also provides for the ability to controlclick a control. I control media center with a Compro k videomate controller programmed into my Harmony Or does someone know if I can change one of the media center hotkeys to do run my script instead so I can program the Harmony to do it on opening MCE.
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I would like to automate it so that say when media center opens it automatically executes the script to change sound source.
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Thanks very much for the reply. From a reliability perspective it is logical to believe that once tested sending a click to a named control is more accurate than closing you eyes and clicking wildly about on the screen.
I have a great script from this website that allow me to do this with a hotkey combination keypress. Please log in to reply. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.
This is what i have so far