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  1. Hi all ! I work on a tool for automating logon in a business software. This software is a Linux application, displayed in Windows with an EXPORT DISPLAY method, using a X-SERVER (Cygwin/Xterm). The problem is when I use Send or ControlSend, special keys like @ or # (or some other keys needing an AltGr combination), the characters sent are the non-AltGr keys (# become 3, @ become 3 - I use a French keyboard). I tried to send keys to the Linux-Firefox (instead of the business software), but I had the same result. Does anyone has already try to make something like this, with the same issue ? Thanks for help
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