How to magnify the fields in the Rapid entry dialog
Thread poster: Hans Lenting

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Netherlands
Member (2006)
German to Dutch
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Dec 15, 2011

The best solutions are very simple. This one has cost me 2 years before I got the idea.

WinXP contains a built-in Magnifier (Start | Accessories | Accessibility | Magnifier).

Put a shortcut to the Magnifier in the Start-up folder.

Define 2 MacroToolworks macros (scheduled macros, triggered by window closing/opening):

OnOpeningRapidEntry:

«winstate»("[Magnifier|#|#|#]","SHOW")«keys»«tab»

OnClosingRapidEntry:

«keys»«ctrl»y«ctrl»«winstate»("[Magnifier|#|#|#]","HIDE")«wx»(250,1)«alt»t«alt»

Move the Magnifier below the Rapid entry dialog:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/509643/Clients/Screen%20shot%202011-12-15%20at%207.56.35%20PM.png


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people have talent Dec 15, 2011

everybody is born with the ability of talking.But some of them luckier than the others
they can learn well.However this does n mean you cannot do.if you work on this you can rapidly dive into a dialogue directly


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