This Mike is not exactly Mycroft Holmes but rather a collection of Autohotkey scripts.
A few fancy ones:
Control+Win+Z: Zips the entire folder, or just the selected files, in Windows Explorer.
Control+Win+Alt+D: Minimize all windows on monitor of active Window. Press again to restore. (windows-min-max)
Control+Alt+D: Open Windows Explorer and select last downloaded file (windows-explorer)
A script running in the background (tray icon) with little productivity boosters.
- Hotstrings to reduce amount of typing (atm -> at the moment)
- Shortcuts to start programs (win+o -> open solitaire.exe)
- Enhancements to programs (cmd, windows explorer, ...)
- Random scripts to do something I often do (did?) manually
- Dev tooling (encode/decode, prettify/uglify, convert, ...)
See the Github Pages for a listing of
all shortcuts and their default bindings.
Or don't: the information on the site is pretty outdated.
See resources\init_custom-example.yml for how to configure a custom hotkey.
git clone https://github.com/itenium-be/Mi-Ke cd Mi-Ke # Start .\mike.ahk
Personal customization (optional):
# Add some custom config & examples .\init.ps1 # If you do not want examples run the following instead .\init.ps1 -bare
To start Mi-Ke when Windows starts:
In the right click contextmenu of the Mi-Ke tray icon there is also an option to do this for you.
More step by step instructions can be found in the official docs FAQ
Mi-Ke doesn't work in Visual Studio
The scripts aren't working only when Visual Studio (or any other app) is running as administrator.
The solution would be to also start Mi-Ke as administrator when you want the scripts to be available in these applications.
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