I ask for your help regarding Console encoding.
I use an application (AutoHotkey, WindowsXP) for automatically replacing text that i type. This works in every application I tried so far (CMD included), but not in console.
if i type "mpe.." in CMD it gets geplaced by AutoHotkey with
C:\Documents and Settings\mapo8046\mpESO
if i type "mpe.." in Console it gets geplaced by AutoHotkey with
c.ßdocuments and settingsßmapo8046ßmpeso
I already tried using other fonts for Console (right now: Lucida Console) as well as some Windows codepages (850, 1251, 1252, 56001(UTF-8)) all without success. Backslash and colon don't make their way into Console.
Do you have any suggestions, what i could try to get it working.
If you tell me that this is a problem with AutoHotkey, I ask you,why Console is the only application that does not give the correct result?
There was a discussion at http://sourceforge.net/projects/console/forums/forum/143117/topic/1628981 about AutoHotKey and Console. Something about "send" and "sendinput". Does it help?
thanks for your answer. The problems were gone, when I switched back to "normal" autohotkey (not the unicode version).
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