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plunt Posted - 06/17/2019 : 11:06:27
Do it is possible to fire acDisable via a external SendMessage?
SendMessage("c=STROKESPLUS", 0x0111, 0x1007A, 0)
but it only toggle it and i would only disable.
I know about keystroke.
In general, do it is not possible to send a LUA command via SendMessage?
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Rob Posted - 06/17/2019 : 15:34:12
I know you're using the original StrokesPlus, but your post did inspire me to add that functionality to the new StrokesPlus.net via sending a WM_COPYDATA message.

https://forum.strokesplus.net/posts/m6271-Using-Windows-Messages-to-Execute-Scripts
Rob Posted - 06/17/2019 : 11:37:14
Oh I see, no it would only toggle.

There's no way to send a message to execute a script.
plunt Posted - 06/17/2019 : 11:28:58
I use already it.
But i would to bure sure to disable StrokesPlus also if it is already.
Toggle can enable it if is already disabled.
Rob Posted - 06/17/2019 : 11:25:13
You could try sending a WM_COMMAND (0x0111) / 0x007A message, that is what the Disable tray menu item posts when you click it.

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