StrokesPlus Portable 0.4.2.7 freeware
StrokesPlus is a handy and accessible piece of software that allows you to assign actions based on mouse gestures. This is done in order to simplify many common tasks. StrokesPlus utilizes Lua scripting for the actions giving you a great deal of power and flexibility.
|OS||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||mouse gesture, mouse action, mouse task, gesture, mouse, action, portable|
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|0.4.2.7||May 13, 2021||New Release||Added Hardware Events > Devices Changed (example in Script Help > Utilities > AllDevices)
NOTE: This event is like Foreground Window Change where it is always executed even if S+ is disabled
Also, it can fire even for things like when the screens go to sleep, so be sure your logic is checking for the right devices and/or status
Added sp.AllDevices (example in Script Help > Utilities > AllDevices)
Updated sp.MouseClick to always use the specified button even if mouse buttons are swapped
Updated sp.PopupList to accept three additional color paramaters (optional): sp.PopupList(Items, Location, Font, BackgroundColor, HighlightColor, TextColor)
Example (using existing sample script values already defined): sp.PopupList(items,
Color.FromName("White"), //Background Color (NO alpha, will crash)
drawing.System.Drawing.SystemColors.MenuHighlight, // Highlight color (supports alpha)
Color.FromArgb(128,255,0,0) // Text color (supports alpha));
|0.4.2.6||Apr 29, 2021||New Release||Fixed bad XML in Chinese translation files preventing them from being released with S+ setup|
|0.4.2.5||Apr 16, 2021||New Release||BREAKING CHANGE: Updated sp.ConsumePhysicalInput to accept a optional second parameter named
timeout which specifies how long to wait until physical input is re-enabled. This is to prevent
accidentally locking yourself out of the computer if sp.ConsumePhysicalInput(false) isn't called.
Existing scripts will now inherit a default timeout of 60 seconds.
The timeout parameter can be any number of seconds, or 0 (zero) for infinite, which is how it
Standard Windows 10 configurations and via standard methods of running S+ should also re-enable
input if you press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and Lock your Windows session, then unlock
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