If an editor has a Run command, it is typically assigned to
F5. This script offers a variation with Shift-F5. The
text at the cursor position is assumed to be an executable
path of some kind. It can be an Internet URL, email
address, file, or folder -- essentially, Any path that may
be executed with the Windows Start/Run command. Thus, a path could
browse a web page, initiate an email message, open a file, or explore a folder.
This command is often useful when reading plain text email,
since it makes a web or email address behave as if it were a clickable link.
An input box prompts to confirm and possibly edit the path
before it is run. First, however, the text is preprocessed
to better conform to a path specification. The script
strips leading and trailing punctuation marks that are
generally not relevant, e.g., surrounding parentheses or a
period if the path was the last word in a sentence. If the
path seems like an Internet URL or email address but does
not have an appropriate prefix, then one is inserted.
Press Enter to run the accepted path.
This global script requires GW Toolkit and Homer Shared Object.Download Now
Supported Languages: English
Minimum Version: Window-Eyes 7.0
Release Date: 5/10/2008
Last Update: 3/26/2009
3/26/2009 1:47:35 PM
Increased error checking.
- Filename: RunAtCursor.WEPM
- Date: 7/1/2009 4:04:25 PM
- Size: 9.1KB
- Total Downloads: 3549
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