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I am looking for a way to block all keyboard input except numbers but did not find anything in the search feature. can someone give me a hint please?

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water

Something like

You have to replace the check > 60 with function IsInt.


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cuqa

kinda, but the problem is that I cant read the input field since it is some kind of java application I cannot read from it. So I want to just block everything in the beginning, on keystroke

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wakillon

kinda, but the problem is that I cant read the input field since it is some kind of java application I cannot read from it. So I want to just block everything in the beginning, on keystroke

Search for BlockInputEx UDF


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DW1

Wow nice, didn't know about that UDF.

I was going to suggest:

#include <misc.au3>
For $a = 0 To 255
    If $a < 48 Or $a > 57 Then Execute('HotKeySet(Chr(' & $a & '), "cap")')
Next
HotKeySet('{!}', 'cap')
HotKeySet('{#}', 'cap')
HotKeySet('{^}', 'cap')
HotKeySet('{+}', 'cap')

While 1
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

Func cap()
    ;Do nothing
EndFunc   ;==>cap

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cuqa

Wow nice, didn't know about that UDF.

I was going to suggest:

#include <misc.au3>
For $a = 0 To 255
    If $a < 48 Or $a > 57 Then Execute('HotKeySet(Chr(' & $a & '), "cap")')
Next
HotKeySet('{!}', 'cap')
HotKeySet('{#}', 'cap')
HotKeySet('{^}', 'cap')
HotKeySet('{+}', 'cap')

While 1
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

Func cap()
    ;Do nothing
EndFunc   ;==>cap

helpful aswell, thanks

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