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I am trying to create Google Chrome specific hot strings. The problem is, that for some strange reason SetTitleMatchMode doesn't seem to working. Here is my example code:

SetTitleMatchMode, 2
#IfWinActive, Chrome
:*:mail::testmailaddress@innowhere.com

I also tried with REGEX setting but it doesn't work as well

SetTitleMatchMode, REGEX

To make things working i have to change 2nd line to #IfWinActive otherwise it doesn't work, but I would like to make it more general. Any ideas?

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Chrome doesn't have "Chrome" in its title. You can check for the process instead.

#if WinActive("ahk_exe chrome.exe")
    :*:mail::testmailaddress@innowhere.com
#if
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  • you have few errors in your script. first of all it is called #IfWinActive and secondly there is a comma after it. And beside this. It seems to not working as well – Kajiyama Sep 25 '14 at 14:31
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    @Kajiyama #If, WinActive(). I don't see any errors in my script. It's a different way of using the #if directive which is much more flexible. Make sure you're using the latest version of AHK (v1.1.16.04) and it should work fine. – Sidola Sep 25 '14 at 16:49
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#IfWinActive, ahk_class Chrome_WidgetWin_1
:*:mail::testmailaddress@innowhere.com

Use AU3_Spy(C:\Program Files\AutoHotkey\AU3_Spy.exe) for get the information about the window.

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