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Hi and welcome to the AutoIt forum :)
Since you are new, I higly reccomend to you to read Forum Rules and Forum Etiquette, in which it is clearely stated:

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Usually asking for a script is not taken too well, within reason. Keep in mind that this is a support forum, so please acknowledge that. We are here to help you with your scripts, not to spoon-feed code to you.

Then, for what purpose are you sending those keys?
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try this

Send("{W down}", 0)
Send("{D down}", 0)
...
do your stuff
...
Send("{W up}", 0)
Send("{D up}", 0)

with _IsPressed you can check if key is down or up

#include <Misc.au3>

$hDLL = DllOpen("user32.dll")

Send("{W down}", 0)
Sleep(1000)
ConsoleWrite("key pressed " & _IsPressed(Hex(Asc("W")), $hDLL) & @CRLF)
Sleep(1000)
Send("{W up}", 0)
Sleep(1000)
ConsoleWrite("key pressed " & _IsPressed(Hex(Asc("W")), $hDLL) & @CRLF)

DllClose($hDLL)

 

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2 hours ago, ji7saw said:

for now I have something like:

... and you are sure you are at the right forum?  Doubt it! ;)

Jos


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