Chocolatey Hotkey – using and creating plugins, hosts, and libraries

I’ve made a lot of changes to CHK since my first post a couple of weeks ago. CHK now works much better and is much more powerful. Let’s just say this thing turned out to be a much bigger project than I originally anticipated, and I learned a lot in the process.

This time, I’ve created a video to illustrate how CHK works, and how to begin using CHK yourself. It’s not an awesome video, but hopefully it gets the point across. …Continue reading “Chocolatey Hotkey – using and creating plugins, hosts, and libraries” [Chocolatey Hotkey – using and creating plugins, hosts, and libraries]

Chocolatey + AutoHotKey = Chocolatey Hotkey (CHK)

UPDATE as of 8/10/2015 9:56:14 AM by AD: I have made a lot of changes to CHK since writing this post, so I just updated it to reflect those changes. If you’re coming here a second time for reference, please take a lot at my second post about CHK.


Wouldn’t it be cool if anyone could quickly and easily install one of your AHK scripts on their own computer?  Or imagine sitting down at someone’s computer and typing a simple command to install an AHK script that you find useful.  And wouldn’t it be cool if others could contribute to this mechanism to create a community of easily installable and maintainable scripts?!?!?

You can now, with Chocolatey Hotkey (CHK). CHK is, essentially, a package manager for AutoHotKey scripts that utilizes Chocolatey for distribution. It is also a great way to modularize your scripts as plugins instead of having one big AHK script that you have to maintain.  …Continue reading “Chocolatey + AutoHotKey = Chocolatey Hotkey (CHK)” [Chocolatey + AutoHotKey = Chocolatey Hotkey (CHK)]