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Simple create url script, why doesn't it work?

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I created this little script:

HotKeySet("!g", "searchgoogle")

While 1
    Sleep(10000)
WEnd


Func searchgoogle()
   Sleep(500)
   Send( "^c" )
   Sleep(500)
    $ClipB2 = ClipGet()
    $url = "http://www.google.com/search?q=" & $ClipB2
    Sleep(300)
    MsgBox(0,"",$url)
EndFunc

I just select a word and invoke the hotkey.

More than an hour I try to change the Sleep values but something still does not work:

When I invoke the 1st time the hotkey, almost always it returns the correct url,

but when I reuse the hotkey a few times it doesn't copy any more and the url

is constructed with previous clipboard value.

Does anyone know what is wrong in my script?

Edited by remin

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oh no...

i found it.

it conflicts with the menu.

I tried to delete the above post but there is no option to delete this thread.

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