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i'm trying to create a program that let's the user type a word in an input field (gui) and when a button is pressed the letters of the word are replaced by 1 word each from a list of words in a text file
i created the gui for it but i need help to add some more code to make it work like intented
each letter of a word should be replaced by a word from a text file
the text file is a source for replacing letters is a file with 2 columns separated by tab that contains the entire alphabet (26 rows)
please help if possible
i posted an example gui screenshot
need help to remap '<' button and SHIFT+'<'
I made a little editor that allows to my users to write using proprietary codes.
In production we have 2 keys/symbols that i want to 'emulate'. So, when is press on my keyboard :
< = « SHIFT+< = » Try to use help example _IsPressed :
#include <Misc.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> Local $hDLL = DllOpen("user32.dll") While 1 If _IsPressed("10", $hDLL) Then ConsoleWrite("_IsPressed - Shift Key was pressed." & @CRLF) ; Wait until key is released. While _IsPressed("10", $hDLL) Sleep(250) WEnd ConsoleWrite("_IsPressed - Shift Key was released." & @CRLF) ElseIf _IsPressed("1B", $hDLL) Then MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "_IsPressed", "Close the application.") ExitLoop EndIf Sleep(250) WEnd DllClose($hDLL) but how manage keys combination ?
thank you for any help,
Hello my friends
I have an urgent problem and we hope you can help me
I want to detect if the audio output of the device has changed
Such as the headset is connected or disConnected.
or change the default audio output
Is this possible?
I really searched a lot and found suggestions but unfortunately I did not understand them
Please explain to me
Greetings to all
dears i have a big problem in the bass.dll
If you play an audio file using the bass.dll
and You changed the audio output
Such as setting or removing headphones
The sound output of bass.dll does not change
Is there any solution
If it exists, please give it to me
Greetings and thanks in advance
I apologize for my bad English