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Send("{LCTRL}{LSHIFT}{i}")

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Hi All,

can anybody suggest what

Send("{LCTRL}{LSHIFT}{i}")

is doing

thanks

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

dunno, maybe sending them in sequence.  but i would think using the provided characters for ctrl and shift would help.  Or maybe sending a shiftdown and a ctrldown then "i" (then put them back up of course), but that seems unnecessary.

send("^+i")
send("^I")
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It sends: LCTRL, then LSHIFT and then "i".

If you want to send CTRL+SHIFT+i you need to hold down the special keys:

Send("{CTRLDOWN}{SHIFTDOWN}i{SHIFTUP}{CTRLUP}")
 

Best Regards BugFix  

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