rayane888

Detect press any key to contenue

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Hello all i need to detect any key pressed by user  to continue 

i have this code but work just for gui "GUIRegisterMsg" is ther any semiler func that detect automatique the key & display msgbox  without gui thx masters

 

#include <WindowsConstants.au3>


GUIRegisterMsg($WM_KEYDOWN, "IsPressed")

$hGui = GUICreate("Press any key within 10s...", 400, 100)
GUISetState()
Sleep(10000)
GUIDelete($hGui)
Exit

Func IsPressed()
    MsgBox(4096, "Test", "Key is pressed!", 2)
EndFunc

 

 

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Sleep() puts all code to sleep nothing will run or be detected, you need a loop.

Just something basic to give you an idea.

#include <WindowsConstants.au3>


GUIRegisterMsg($WM_KEYDOWN, "IsPressed")
$iKeyPress = 0

$hGui = GUICreate("Press any key within 10s...", 400, 100)
GUISetState()

$iTime =TimerInit() ;Start a Timer
While 1
If TimerDiff($iTime) > 10000 Then ExitLoop ;Exit in 10 seconds if no key is pressed
If $iKeyPress = 1 Then ExitLoop
WEnd

Func IsPressed()
    MsgBox(4096, "Test", "Key is pressed!", 2)
    $iKeyPress = 1
EndFunc

 

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

23 minutes ago, ViciousXUSMC said:

Sleep() puts all code to sleep nothing will run or be detected, you need a loop.

Just something basic to give you an idea.

#include <WindowsConstants.au3>


GUIRegisterMsg($WM_KEYDOWN, "IsPressed")
$iKeyPress = 0

$hGui = GUICreate("Press any key within 10s...", 400, 100)
GUISetState()

$iTime =TimerInit() ;Start a Timer
While 1
If TimerDiff($iTime) > 10000 Then ExitLoop ;Exit in 10 seconds if no key is pressed
If $iKeyPress = 1 Then ExitLoop
WEnd

Func IsPressed()
    MsgBox(4096, "Test", "Key is pressed!", 2)
    $iKeyPress = 1
EndFunc

 

but i need without gui ( hiden ) this my broblem  becose Guireglmsg it is for  gui i need semilar func to detect press key 

Edited by rayane888

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rayane888,

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i need to detect any key pressed by user 

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Yes key loggers and such, we don't wan't people trying to create malware with Autoit.

You could try to make your GUI invisible by making it 1px in size or transparent.

I do not know your goal, but some creative thinking goes a long way.

Edit: oh and hide status for GUI should work as well.

Edited by ViciousXUSMC

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