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Sending Keypress to Minimized control-less window

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Change of direction ?

Are there any consideration of the status of the window (active/inactive, minizied, hidden, fullscreen) taken when using PostMessage or ControlSend ? Either by the function itself or the Windows API ?

Can full keyboard emulation be done on a hidden/minimized window ?

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PS: Willing to do it in AutoHotKey if they have a better library for sending input (to minimized windows).

I would say : Go for it.

... or where you expecting a serious answer in this forum about that comment?


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Oh, the rules have changed since the last time I checked, sorry about this.

And for the AHK, perhaps I would get serious answer. Not trying to say AutoIt sucks, but perhaps it better suited to accomplish my objective?

You know, like how C++ is better suited at making games over Java. Doesn't mean Java sucks.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

You know, like how C++ is better suited at making games over Java. Doesn't mean Java sucks.

Minecraft <3

Edit:

But for actual helping:

Have you tried the awesome search function?

Its really cool!

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I have a feeling Minecraft would not have such a crazy hw requirements if it wasn't in java :-] Or maybe if it was better optimized. I am no expert programmer but come one this game's graphics is intended to "suck" and look like 8bit games and still it barely runs on my Thinkpad T410 with core i5 2.67GHz! But I guess it maybe the integrated sandybridge GPU which is too slow for it...

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