OS4 DepotLogo by Alkaron 
(anonymous IP: 54.161.116.225,1217) 
 HomeRecentStatsSearchSubmitUploadsMirrorsContactInfoDisclaimerConfigAdmin
 Menu

 Features
   Crashlogs
   Bug tracker
   Locale browser
 

 Categories

   o Audio (328)
   o Datatype (47)
   o Demo (186)
   o Development (534)
   o Document (21)
   o Driver (88)
   o Emulation (142)
   o Game (861)
   o Graphics (461)
   o Library (94)
   o Network (202)
   o Office (57)
   o Utility (812)
   o Video (61)

Total files: 3894

Full index file
Recent index file

 Links

  Amigans.net
  OpenAmiga
  Aminet
  IntuitionBase


Support the site


 Readme for:  Utility » Workbench » awin.lha

Awin

Description: Commoditie with emulate few win32 hotkeys/actions
Download: awin.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 7kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 16 Sep 2010
Author: kas1e (with help from Gazelle)
Submitter: kas1e
Email: kas1e/yandex ru
Category: utility/workbench
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 5922
 
Comments: 4
Snapshots: 0
Videos: 0
Downloads: 311  (Current version)
311  (Accumulated)
Votes: 0 (0/0)  (30 days/7 days)

Show comments Show snapshots Show videos Show content Show crashlogs Replace file 
That commoditie have for now only 3 basic key combos (which i use all the time
on win32 and found it pretty usable):

alt+f4 - close active window/app/etc (it emulate pressing on closing gadget by
input.device)

alt+tab - swith beetwen windowes, with making windowses active and bring it to
front (note: if you use amidock, then it should have in the Layout/Placement:
Normal or Always on TOP (i.e. not Always on Background).

alt+shift+tab - swith beetwen screens.

Back in the times i wrote that little commoditie for aos3, and for now i rewrite
it to make it works fine on aos4 (with help from Gazelle, because there was few
differences in code).

You can run it as just a binary, like:

shell:> awin

and then, break it by ctrl+c (or by system:utilities/commoditie/echange
remove/deactive/pause it).

Or, what is most likely will be used, run it in background, from user-startup or
startup-sequence like that:

RUN >NIL: c:awin

or like this:

RUN >NIL: c:awin &

you also can check by "status" command which number of process it has, and broke
it by "break X" command. Just like that:

9/0.Work:dev/awin> run >NIL: awin &
[CLI 6]

9/0.Work:dev/awin> status
Process  3: Loaded as command: work:debug/memguard/MemGuard
Process  4: Loaded as command: work:debug/sashimi/Sashimi
Process  7: Loaded as command: NotePad
Process  9: Loaded as command: status
Process 10: Loaded as command: awin

9/0.Work:dev/awin> break 10

9/0.Work:dev/awin> status
Process  3: Loaded as command: work:debug/memguard/MemGuard
Process  4: Loaded as command: work:debug/sashimi/Sashimi
Process  7: Loaded as command: NotePad
Process  9: Loaded as command: status

9/0.Work:dev/awin>  


Enjoy !


Copyright (c) 2004-2018 by Björn Hagström All Rights Reserved