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Help with HotKeySet

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So, I've been trying to make a loop script, and I'm done with that part.

Now, I can't seem to set a hotkey to make the message box pop up, or cancel the script when I press a certain combo of keys.

For example, I typed

blah blah blah....
....
HotKeySet ("^!d", MsgBox (1, "Paused", "This script has been paused")

then I ran it.

Then, I hit the key combo...but no box popped up.

This is what I have:

Do
...
...
...
Until $i = 1
HotKeySet ("+!d", MsgBox (1, "Paused", "This script has been paused")

Can someone help me?

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Two things you could try:

1) Add another ")" at the end of your HotKeySet line, you never closed that function, just the MsgBox()

2) If you just mistyped that in this thread, then try making a function that has the MsgBox() in it and having HotKeySet call that function.


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HotKeySet needs to be put BEFORE the loop if you want to use it inside the loop.

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Im not sure that hotkeyset likes parameters in the function name.

Correct, the HotKeySet() function cannot take any parameters.

It does have the @HotKeyPressed macro available, so multiple HotKeySet()'s can reference the same function, and that function can internally decide what to do based on which key was struck.

:D


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Alright, thanks for the advice =)

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