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My program uses Opt ("GUIOnEventMode", 1) and I create an input box with GUICtrlCreateInput().

After the user types something in, how can I make it so that an event is fired when the Enter key is pressed? I usually use GUICtrlSetOnEvent(), but this does not seem to catch the Enter key in the latest AutoIt beta.

Any ideas?

If it can not be done in GUIOnEventMode = 1, how do you accomplish this when it is = 0?

Thanks,

-John

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Hello Guys,

This thread is closest to what I am looking for but being a newbie just the function does not really help me understand this script.

Func _IsPressed($hexKey);RETURNS 1 IF KEY IS PRESSED

    Local $aR

    $hexKey = '0x' & $hexKey

    $aR = DllCall($DLLuser32, "int", "GetAsyncKeyState", "int", $hexKey)

    If Not @error And BitAND($aR[0],0x8000) = 0x8000 Then Return 1

    Return 0

EndFunc  ;==>DETERMINE IF A PARTICULAR KEY IS PRESSED

How do I implement this func so that after the input has been entered the "OK" button is in focus and by clicking "ENTER" it automatically submits data?
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Hello Guys,

This thread is closest to what I am looking for but being a newbie just the function does not really help me understand this script.

How do I implement this func so that after the input has been entered the "OK" button is in focus and by clicking "ENTER" it automatically submits data?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

GUICtrlSetState($OKbutton,$GUI_DEFBUTTON) ; Adds data when Enter pressed.

hth

Hardcopy

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