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I need some help with this function:

Func transformkey($key)
Select
    Case $key = "F1"
  Send("{F1}")
    Case $key = "F2"
  Send("{F2}")
    Case $key = "F3"
  Send("{F3}")
    Case $key = "F4"
  Send("{F4}")
    Case $key = "F5"
  Send("{F5}")
    Case $key = "F6" 
  Send("{F6}")
    Case $key = "F7"
  Send("{F7}")
    Case $key = "F8"
  Send("{F8}")
EndSelect
EndFunc

If $mykey = F3, and i call the function like this: transformkey($mykey), it doesnt work. something wrong with the code? :postal:

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That can be re-written as simply:

Func TransformKey($key)
    Send("{" & $key & "}")
EndFunc

Are you using a hotkey and trying to pass those key-presses on to Windows after doing your own handling? If so, you have to disable the hotkey first or you'll throw AutoIt into an infinite loop... If that is the case, then something like this would work:

HotKeySet("{F1}", "OnF1Key")
HotKeySet("{F2}", "OnF2Key")
; ...

Func TransformKey($key)
    Local $k = "{" & $key & "}"; Shorthand
    HotKeySet($k)
    Send($k)
    HotKeySet($k, "On" & $key & "Key")
EndFunc

NOTE: All code untested.

Edited by Valik
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