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Holding Down Keys using ControlSend


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What I'm trying to do is to do a key hold down as a ControlSend. I got it to work as a send, but I'm not sure how to work it with ControlSend

Send("{LEFT down}")
Send("{LEFT up}")
^ This is the working
ControlSend($WinTitle, "", "", "{LEFT down}", 0)

ControlSend($WinTitle, "", "", "{LEFT up}", 0)


This seems to only be  sending LEFT once 

Edited by Saki
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