If replacement-hotkey was preceded by a j, execute the script
I'm using an AutoHotkey replacement-script to auto-correct my mistakes. However, when I'm gaming, I have to hit 'j' before I can type. I'd it to also work when I type j-hotkey.
So when I type: i'd » I'd, but also when I type ji'd » I'd.
Is there a way I can do this without having to make duplicates for everything?
Do you need to replace the 'j' as well? If so, se Hotstrings:
Otherwise, just use the ? option, which will allow your hotstring to trigger even if it's inside another word:
On the AutoHotkey-forum, I got this answer, which works great:
:* B0 Z:j:: return
if you want, you can even use it like this to prevent problems when you're not playing:
#IfWinActive Battlefield 3™ ;or whatever game you're playing :* B0 Z:j:: return #IfWinActive ;end of condition