brucexs | 1 Sep 01:36 2010
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Re: how do I add to my snipets list?


--- In power-pro@..., "subwr49" <elwoode <at> ...> wrote:
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> I cant find where I can edit the list or add to it, where exactly does it reside? I have looked in the program
folder but dont see it.
>

OPen the configure program (e.g. ctrl-right click on bar).

Go the to command list tab.

Select the snippets entry from the list drop down.

Snippets is actually a menu which is displayed by a hot key.  If you look on the key/mouse tab, you should find a
hot key entry with a 
menu show snippets 
command, which is showing the command list as a menu.

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brucexs | 1 Sep 01:32 2010
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Re: Drag and drop of items in PProConf doesn't scroll anymore


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> Excellent, it DOES work! I checked it again and with the latest pproconf.exe, it scrolls back up once the
pointer goes as high as the tabs at the top of the dialog. I hadn't tried that far previously. Now if we could
get rid of the "nostaliga effect" ;-)

I uploaded a pprocon.exe without the debug.  I'll replace the version in the zip file standard download soon.

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subwr49 | 1 Sep 10:29 2010
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Re: how do I add to my snipets list?


--- In power-pro@..., "brucexs" <brucexs <at> ...> wrote:
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> 
> 
> --- In power-pro@..., "subwr49" <elwoode <at> > wrote:
> >
> > I cant find where I can edit the list or add to it, where exactly does it reside? I have looked in the program
folder but dont see it.
> >
> 
> 
> OPen the configure program (e.g. ctrl-right click on bar).
> 
> Go the to command list tab.
> 
> Select the snippets entry from the list drop down.
> 
> Snippets is actually a menu which is displayed by a hot key.  If you look on the key/mouse tab, you should find
a hot key entry with a 
> menu show snippets 
> command, which is showing the command list as a menu.
>
Thanks, I just didnt look around long enough! there are a lot of buttons and tabs to click on!
I have managed to add stuff I want 
great program by the way. I am not a geeky type just an ordinary computer user but am managing to get it to do
some useful stuff.

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subwr49 | 1 Sep 10:37 2010
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Re: PowerPro is a hidden unknown


--- In power-pro@..., "brucexs" <brucexs <at> ...> wrote:
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> 
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> --- In power-pro@..., "brother.gabriel" <brgabriel <at> > wrote:
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> > Hello, y'all!  Hey I am wondering why you can't find PowerPro amoungst the regular download sites, like
Snapfiles and PortableFreeware?  You never hear any talk about it (except for a few over at the NoteTab
group).  I was just lucky enough to stumble upon it.  Seems curious.
> >
> 
> 
> - I don't upload it anywhere anymore 
> - it's hard to use and only for a certain user who likes to tinker
> - it's not really been updated for vista or win7
> - after you install, it's not clear what to do next
>
I think its a pity you dont upload it anymore. I am not good with computers but am getting to grips with it. I can
even make it sign into my hotmail for me. The help on http://powerpro.webeddie.com/ was very good for me to
get me going. If I like it and can manage (most of the time!) then just about anyone can.

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Derek | 1 Sep 13:41 2010
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Where can I find info on using the autoit.dll

Can someone supply an example?
I want to take a script written in autoit and sort of convert it to be run by power pro, Is that the idea of this dll?
how would I do it, any tips, anyone used it?

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philipp_l_kiefer | 1 Sep 17:41 2010
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Re: Drag and drop of items in PProConf doesn't scroll anymore

Works great now. Thank you very much, Bruce!

--- In power-pro@..., "brucexs" <brucexs <at> ...> wrote:
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> 
> 
> --- In power-pro@..., "philipp_l_kiefer" <philippkiefer <at> > wrote:
> >
> > Excellent, it DOES work! I checked it again and with the latest pproconf.exe, it scrolls back up once the
pointer goes as high as the tabs at the top of the dialog. I hadn't tried that far previously. Now if we could
get rid of the "nostaliga effect" ;-)
> 
> 
> I uploaded a pprocon.exe without the debug.  I'll replace the version in the zip file standard download soon.
>

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entropyreduction | 1 Sep 18:24 2010

Re: Where can I find info on using the autoit.dll


--- In power-pro@..., "Derek" <delwoode <at> ...> wrote:
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> Can someone supply an example?

There's one in the zip

> I want to take a script written in autoit and sort of convert it to be run by power pro, Is that the idea of this dll?

It was written in 2007.  Back then Powerpro scripting wasn't as it is now, this was a way of allowing pp scripts
to do stuff that autiit could and pp couldn't.

> how would I do it, any tips, 

Probably just translate the script to pp native commands, rather than going via autoit.  Post autoit script
if you have problems doing that.

> anyone used it?

Not for years.  And it's built on an old version of autoit dll, so some calls out to autoit may fail (if autoit
has changed its rules).

If you find things that don;t work and can;t be duplicated in pp, I can regenerate plugin for current autoit dll.

Though not right away.

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philipp_l_kiefer | 1 Sep 22:55 2010
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Can a window be resized to be taller than the screen resolution?

Does anyone here know of a way to increase a window's height to well over that of the screen, e.g. 1250 pixels
for a 1680x1050 resolution?

Thanks.

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Derek | 2 Sep 16:53 2010
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Re: Where can I find info on using the autoit.dll


--- In power-pro@..., "entropyreduction"
<alancampbelllists+yahoo <at> ...> wrote:
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> 
> 
> --- In power-pro@..., "Derek" <delwoode <at> > wrote:
> >
> > Can someone supply an example?
> 
> There's one in the zip
> 
> > I want to take a script written in autoit and sort of convert it to be run by power pro, Is that the idea of this dll?
> 
> It was written in 2007.  Back then Powerpro scripting wasn't as it is now, this was a way of allowing pp
scripts to do stuff that autiit could and pp couldn't.
> 
> > how would I do it, any tips, 
> 
> Probably just translate the script to pp native commands, rather than going via autoit.  Post autoit
script if you have problems doing that.
>  
> > anyone used it?
> 
> Not for years.  And it's built on an old version of autoit dll, so some calls out to autoit may fail (if autoit
has changed its rules).
> 
> If you find things that don;t work and can;t be duplicated in pp, I can regenerate plugin for current autoit dll.
> 
> Though not right away.
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philipp_l_kiefer | 2 Sep 19:18 2010
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Re: Where can I find info on using the autoit.dll

I actually still use it sometimes to send key and mouse combinations as {shift}, {ctrl} and {alt} no longer
work with Vista or Win7 and I could never find a native PowerPro substitute. (I tried {fast} and {sinp}.)

--- In power-pro@..., "Derek" <delwoode <at> ...> wrote:
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> 
> 
> --- In power-pro@..., "entropyreduction"
<alancampbelllists+yahoo <at> > wrote:
> >
> > 
> > 
> > --- In power-pro@..., "Derek" <delwoode <at> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Can someone supply an example?
> > 
> > There's one in the zip
> > 
> > > I want to take a script written in autoit and sort of convert it to be run by power pro, Is that the idea of
this dll?
> > 
> > It was written in 2007.  Back then Powerpro scripting wasn't as it is now, this was a way of allowing pp
scripts to do stuff that autiit could and pp couldn't.
> > 
> > > how would I do it, any tips, 
> > 
> > Probably just translate the script to pp native commands, rather than going via autoit.  Post autoit
script if you have problems doing that.
> >  
> > > anyone used it?
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