An AutoHotkey wrapper for the Interception driver (by evilC)


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5 months ago

evilC/AutoHotInterception is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

AutoHotInterception Alternatives

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Posts where AutoHotInterception has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-12.
  • Using USB numeric keypad as UFC or other inputs | 2021-04-17
  • Use AutoHotkey for Corsair Scimitar to replace driver software for keymapping, (driver is causing serious issues). Macro-buttons are identified only as D1, D2, etc.
    If not, tap into the USB-HID class exposed by the OS: AHKHID or at kernel level with AutoHotInterception, both are pretty different and both have its quirks/perks.
  • Remap eject key on Apple Magic Keyboard on Windows/Bootcamp?
    Do you want to give AutoHotinterception a go? Have a read, is the thing that you need to read a little before going blind.
  • Can mouse wheel events be intercepted (prevented)?
  • What are the most unique channel point redemptions you have seen? Or what are just your favorite? | 2021-03-11
    Oh, it's a pretty gray area because games can't just ban hotkey programs—pretty much everyone has Logitech software installed, and they allow macros. It seems like using something like AHI is the best bet for evading synthetic keystroke detection. Just use it responsibly, I guess!
  • Combined hotkeys is not working, 😥
    If you want to push harder on that you can always try AutoHotInterception, but has its quirks.
  • Iterate through an associative array
    Unless of course you want to monitor every single key pressed and then trigger actions based (for example) on the order of keys pressed, if so you should checkout InputHook() (or a more extreme scenario will be a kernel driver, in that case look for Interception, but I actually don't recommend that unless is for a Hail Marry or some very specific need).
  • using fn + function keys as media keys
  • Multiple keyboards, but only use one
    For the same reason as you, I use this. You'll need to actually give it a nice read, if you have issues setting things up, hit me.
  • How can I make AHK read keybaord input at a lower level?
    If you have an USB keyboard you can checkout AHKHID is pretty old but works perfectly fine, there's also AutoHotInterception. Certainly other ways and more implementations of the same should exists, but I've worked just with those two and have been very reliable.
  • Remapping F13-24 keys
  • Looking for LuaMacros scripts
    However, if you would like to have two separate keyboards (one for typing and one for scripts) I would suggest using AutoHotInerception in conjunction with AutoHotKey instead of LuaMacros. I'm finding LuaMacros temperamental and quite ofter not working as intended. I've been using two independent keyboards since August without any issues using AutoHotKey script. The language of the AutoHotKey is very easy (example, and the only slightly complicated bit is installing AutoHotInceptiontion drivers.