I made a small program for work at a tech support job. Consists mostly of hotkeys to autotype out commonly used commands (Instead of typing passowrd 50 times, just press your desired hotkey) and an edit box/text box to write notes in and it automatically saves them in a text file with the name as the date (2014-26-9.txt) so you don't have to constantly save it yourself. Only problem is the program is made in AutoIt. Great language to make small stuff like this but a couple of the other guys uses Linux and AutoIt doesn't work in Linux.
I know a fair bit of C++ (Anything I don't know I can research) so anything closely related to this works. Python is probably my first choice (I know it's cross-platform and C-like), and I can do most of the figuring out myself, but can someone point me in the direction to making the GUI?
It'll pretty much be select the hotkey you want for that command (I.e., F1, F2, F3, Delete, PgUp etc), when you press that key it sends a string and there's a text box you can write in and it will automatically save the text box to a .txt file when you close the program.