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not to sure if this is right

Send( chr($1) )

if this is wrong plz post the correct coding THX

or would i have to

$chr1 = chr($1)
Edited by -TS-

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What is $1 supposed to be? It it's a variable, I think it needs to start with a letter such at $a or $var1

Send(Chr(9)) ;that's the tab character

$var = 9


$foo = Chr(9)


To send the ASCII value A (same as pressing ALT+065 on the numeric keypad)

Send("{ASC 65}")

Single keys can also be repeated, e.g.

Send("{DEL 4}") Presses the DEL key 4 times

Send("{S 30}") Sends 30 'S' characters

Send("+{TAB 4}) Presses SHIFT+TAB 4 times

If you with to use a variable for the count, try

$n = 4

Send("+{TAB " & $n & "}")

If you wish to send the ASCII value A four times, then try

$x = Chr(65)

Send("{" & $x & " 4}")

Edited by CyberSlug

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cyberslug, everyone is not a complete noob at scripting all you hada say is that i set it up right.. but thx for your time and help

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