Utilities

Script Menu 2.2

  by Jamal Mazrui This app is rated 1 out of 5 stars with 1 ratings. XML Feed for Script Menu 2.2

Press Alt-Shift-F10 for a list of hotkey commands that are enabled by scripts, both global scripts and any associated with the current application window. Each list item shows a command name and associated hotkey. The name may not be precise, but the best guess available. If a command description is available, it is shown in the edit box. Press Enter for the default, Execute button. The Keys button invokes the standard Hotkey Manager dialog, enabling you to assign a different hotkey, not just to the command with focus, but to any command of the same script package. The Script button opens the script file for viewing or modification in the editor designated in Script Manager, or in Notepad if none is designated. The Refresh button analyzes the available key commands again, accounting for all changes made via Hotkey Manager. The Ad Hoc button prompts for a script to run by request at that time -- without loading it as a global script. The Help button invokes the standard Help and Options dialog that is also available via Script Manager when this script has focus in the list. If the Jump to Item script is also loaded, you can quickly jump to an item in a long list based on text it contains. This script requires GW Toolkit and Homer Shared Object.

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Supported Languages: English

Minimum Version: Window-Eyes 7.0

File Details:

  • Filename: ScriptMenu.WEPM
  • Date: 7/1/2009 4:05:00 PM
  • Size: 6.5KB
  • Total Downloads: 3496

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Comments

On 10/17/2010, corange wrote:

Note to new users: don't get this confused with the "script" menu choice on the WindowEyes control panel; it's not related at all. never could find any real use for this script; it works fine as far as I know, and was probably technically non-trivial to write, but desn't really seem to do anything needful.