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VirtualBox HotKeys dont work

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hi,need so help

VirtualBox HotKeys dont work

example:

need to send to virtualbox Ctrl+V(to start video capturing)

Send("{CTRLDOWN}v")

but its not working

can someone help me with this?

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not working

the problem seem to be in integration with VirtualBox because they use Ctrl as Host key to disable mouse integration

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Are you running the script in a virtual machine or are you running it on the host OS?


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Are you running the script in a virtual machine or are you running it on the host OS?

the scrip is running direct in VirtualBox

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maybe someone know how to send HotKey to VirtualMachine with other methods,

It could be a script in VirtualMachine or a script that work on Host OS,its does not matter

the only thing that i know is that simple Send("^v") dont work because the mouse integration

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shot in the complete dark through a bullseye, but have you tried putting

#RequireAdmin
at the top of your script? I've seen some problems happen related to this. but, just a guess.

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shot in the complete dark through a bullseye, but have you tried putting

#RequireAdmin
at the top of your script? I've seen some problems happen related to this. but, just a guess.

 

ive tried,still not working

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