Eryr

Need your help thanks!

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Hi Guys!

I'm new here and I just want to know basic script. I saw some script here and ran but it's not the exact  output that I'm expecting.

Can someone help me create a script that will enter "a" key infinite as long as I hold down the "a" key and stops when I'm not holding it?

Greatly appreciate anyone who can help me.

Sincerely,

Eryr

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Eryr,

Welcome to the AutoIt forums.

In most cases, computers will automatically keep sending the key if you keep it pressed - so why do you need a script to do it?

M23

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if _IsPressed("56") then
   send("x")

sleep 10

 

something like this but its not working.

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Guess you missed to answer a simple question raised, and correct, that script will not work and only give an error, but first things first.

Jos


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