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hi, id like to know how to keep sending different keys with different time

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HiNoTora

hi, id like to know how to keep sending different keys with different time.. um dunno how to ask

while 1

Send("{F4}")
Sleep(500)
Send("{F4}")
Sleep(500)          ; first of loop
Send("{F4}")
Sleep(500)
Send("{F4}")
Sleep(500) 

Send("{F8}")         ; Second loop
Sleep(15000) 

Send("{F10}")        ; third loop
Sleep(15000) 


Wend

So how i can make those 3 to ... x.x my english sucks..

i dont want my script to go from  sending F4 to Send F10. I want it has 3 loops what has its own downtime.

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water

Hi HiNoTora,

can you please tell us which program you try to automate? Send isn't very reliable and might interfere with user actions. I'd recommend ControlSend etc.


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HiNoTora

Hi HiNoTora,

can you please tell us which program you try to automate? Send isn't very reliable and might interfere with user actions. I'd recommend ControlSend etc.

I need to send keys, there are no controlsend func

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;Sleep(3000)
while 1
 _FirstLoop()
 _SecondLoop()
 _ThirdLoop()
Wend
Func _FirstLoop()
 Send("{F4}")
 Sleep(500)
 Send("{F4}")
 Sleep(500)          ; first of loop
 Send("{F4}")
 Sleep(500)
 Send("{F4}")
 Sleep(500)
EndFunc
Func _SecondLoop()
 Send("{F8}")         ; Second loop
 Sleep(15000)
EndFunc
Func _ThirdLoop()
 Send("{F10}")        ; third loop
 Sleep(15000)
EndFunc

There are several ways to do it. And as Water said if it interacts an app then controlsend would be better.
Anyway here you go.

Happy new year

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