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Hi, im having an issue that is killing my self!!

i have make a macro about 1000 lines, now im testing and in many cases the function CONTROLSEND write º instead of \

this is the code:

$directorio= @MyDocumentsDir&"\Consulta Macro\"

$texto="facturacion por large account.rep"


The results are:

CASE 1: E:\Docs\pololo\Mis documentos\Consulta Macro\facturacion por large account.rep (this is OK)

CASE 2: E:ºDocsºpololoºMis documentosºConsulta Macroºfacturacion por large account.rep

an my question is WHYYYYYYYYYYY??? I think that maybe is because the pc is near to become in NOT RESPONDING xD but im not sure

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What's the difference between "CASE 1" and "CASE 2"? Different OS? Language pack?


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What happens if you change



ControlSend("Abrir","","Edit1",$directorio&$texto, 1)


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