AutoHotkey scripts are case-sensitive
SEnse and REmove INstances from 2 KAPITAL LEtters BEginning a WORD
Is there an AutoHotkey script that will detect if I accidentally hold down the Shift key for too long when I start a word with an uppercase letter? Microsoft Word does this automatically, but I would like it to be system-wide. The script should be smart enough to tell if I'm capitalizing something or if I've actually made a mistake.
The AutoHotkey Help File page for Hotstrings & Auto-Replace has a download link to AutoCorrect.ahk by Jim Biancolo. It will perform AutoCorrect functions system-wide.
In the script, the correction of two consecutive uppercase letters is commented out by default, but you can remove the and lines around it to activate it.
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