Actually I should have written "installed wine and wine-doors". Check if those two packages are installed by entering the following command as the root user:
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equo search wine
If they're not, just install them using the commands (as the root user):
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equo install wine
equo install wine-doors
Then click on Kickoff and enter "wine" in the Search box and you'll see Wine-Doors listed. Click on it and it'll open a 'Wine Doors - Initial Setup' window prompting you to enter your name and company name. Enter what you want, tick 'I have a valid Microsoft Windows (tm) license' (let's face it, we all pay the Windows tax) and click on the Proceed button. It may start to install and then freeze. Dispair not. Close it by clicking on the window's 'x' button and try again. It should work eventually. The window will show you various Windows applications and fonts that you can install, one of which is... AutoHotkey! Click on 'Install' for each one you want to install, and they will be added to the installation queue. Then click on 'Apply' to install them. It's better to install them one at a time in order to avoid the installer freezing (if it does freeze, kill it and try again). Then if you click on Kickoff > Applications you'll find a new entry: Wine. Under that you'll find Programs > AutoHotkey (if you selected AutoHotkey to be installed, of course!).
You may have to run winecfg
before doing the above Wine-Doors stuff, I can't recall. Run it from a Terminal/Konsole window under your own username, NOT as the root user. winecfg enables you to configure various Windows-related things like where your C: drive is, where the My Documents folder is, whether you have any special DLLs you want to use, and stuff like that.
As I wrote previously, I've not tried AutoHotkey under Wine, so you'll have to play around with it to see how it works. Google is going to be a possible friend. Hope it works for you.