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Send command not working (trying to hold a key down).

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Hello.

I'm trying to hold a key down, but this is only pressing the key "a" one time and then releasing:

Send("{a down}")
MsgBox(0, '', '')

EDIT:  really sorry, I forgot to search first.

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