Is it me or Windows 7 looks too much similar to Linux, as in bulky and screen space wasting? Nevermind... Looks like I'll have to perform some more tests in 7. Latests versions were not tested there at all.
The keyboard/mouse hook is normal when trying to run the Unicode version under 9x. AHK thinks it's safe to install those hooks, which normally happens only when it detects an NT-based OS (which KernelEx compatibility fools it into believing). So no worries there (and there's nothing I can do about it anyway).
The naming error is due to a limitation in variable names. Some characters are not allowed, while they can be present in file names. Since I based the data storage on skin.ini and folder names, such bug was inherent. I just hoped it wouldn't happen, but when did my hopes ever come true... I'll try to change the storage system to work around this limitation. Just FYI, the issue is with the dash in the theme name "Homestead-ORIG" - if you replace it with underscore as in "Homestead_ORIG" it'll be OK. Spaces are not allowed either, so I'll have to find a better way.
Thank you very much for testing and reporting!
Looking closer at the Win7 screenshot, a couple of questions come to mind:
- does that machine use a nonstandard DPI setting?
- is it a x64 machine/OS?
I'm asking this because the Unicode AHK version I'm using to build the Unicode RPTE claims to be DPI-aware but I've never been testing those builds on a nonstandard DPI machine so I'm not sure how it looks and behaves under such circumstances.
As for running under x64, some of the structures used in my wrappers are not yet x64-compatible, partly because of lack of proper information and partly because I have no x64 machine to test on. So failure of some sort is to be expected.
Regardless, I see there are other problems under Win7 x86 in the Preview tab and there's also the known issue of Rebar not automatically resizing/moving when main window is being resized. Fixing those might take a while.
I'll soon be uploading a bugfix version that takes care of the theme naming issue.
Edited by Drugwash, 25 May 2014 - 07:31 AM.