Autohotkey (Windows 10) script to open a browser and do a Google search - can I do this with UI.Vision?

I have an Autohotkey script which I use on my Windows 10 computer to search Google.

Can I do this on Linuxlite with UI.Vision?

Here is the script.

global MySearch
Gui, Margin, 9, 10
Gui, Font, s12
Gui, Add, Edit, vMySearch w400 -WantReturn
Gui, Font, c999999 s7
Gui, Add, Text, Y+3, Press twice to hide/show.

GuiEscape:
Gui, Hide

#ifWinActive Google Search
NumpadEnter::
Enter::
submitSearch()
return
#IfWinActive

Ctrl::
KeyWait, Ctrl
KeyWait, Ctrl, D, T0.12
if ErrorLevel = 0
{
if WinActive(“Google Search”)
Gui, Hide
else
Gui, Show, Google Search
}
return

submitSearch(){
Gui, Submit
searchURL := “Google” . urlEncode(MySearch)
Run, %searchURL%
GuiControl, MySearch
}

urlEncode(url){
VarSetCapacity(Var,StrPut(url,“UTF-8”),0),StrPut(url,&Var,“UTF-8”)
While Code:=NumGet(Var,A_Index-1,“UChar”)
Res.=(Chr:=Chr(Code))~="[0-9A-Za-z]"?Chr:Format("%{:02X}",Code)
return,Res
}

Yes, please see desktop automation, especially XClick and XType.

Or: The UIVision browser bookmarks might work well for you, too.

I am not a programmer!

Would someone be able to do this for me?

I can pay a little…