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Topic Title: Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor
Topic Summary: Or more particularly, SciTE4AutoHotkey
Created On: 03/03/2016 07:18 PM
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 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/03/2016 07:18 PM  
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 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - David.P - 03/28/2017 12:08 PM  
 Select-and-Say compatibility of SciTE text editor   - PG LTU - 03/28/2017 06:44 PM  
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Check out the Nuance Answer linked above.  There it tells you:

 

You first need to find out the name of the executable (.exe) file. Sometimes this is the same as the .exe file listed in the properties of the Start menu item or desktop shortcut for the program. Sometimes you need to start the application, then press Ctrl+Alt+Del, choose Task Manager, and look on the Processes tab to find the name of the executable file. Case is significant; frequently the executable name is all uppercase.

Next you need to find out the class names of any edit controls used in the application.

Two ways to do this:

  1. Ask the developer of the application.
  2. Use a utility that displays window class names in a running application. Such utilities include Winspector, Window Detective, and the Spy++ utility in Microsoft Visual Studio.

Once you know the class name(s), complete the following steps to enable Select-and-Say:

 

And go from there.  Let us know what application you are planning to use, and what edit control and number works.  Have fun,



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