In order for Autohotkey plugin to work you need to upload Autohotkey script, define input and output parameters, set a name to the plugin and write a description explaining what the plugin does.
Once input and output parameters are all set, it provides an instruction to the application for data transfer between Keyboard Extension installed onto Android device and the Autohotkey script. Incoming parameters receive tap/longtap notifications as well as changes to slider position/checkbox made by a user on a mobile device. Outgoing parameters are taken from the script and are sent to the layout. Normally they appear as a caption or a color of a button but also can be a new slider position, checkbox value or even an image.
All your plugins will appear under "My plugins" folder in the tree view of Plugin manager.
At the moment, only public plugins can be viewed on the website.