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I have a question about the capabilites of autoit...

1) Is it possible to monitor (hook) a keypress such that, for example... Lets say a user starts a macro that "waits" for a certain key (like F3) to be pressed. When pressed, the macro then performs some actions (sends text...clicks some stuff). Is it possible to perform this monitoring function from within autoit?

Thanks in advance

VxD

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I have a question about the capabilites of autoit...

1) Is it possible to monitor (hook) a keypress such that, for example... Lets say a user starts a macro that "waits" for a certain key (like F3) to be pressed.  When pressed, the macro then performs some actions (sends text...clicks some stuff).  Is it possible to perform this monitoring function from within autoit?

Thanks in advance

VxD

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Check out the HotKeySet() command in the helpfile...

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I have a question about the capabilites of autoit...

1) Is it possible to monitor (hook) a keypress such that, for example... Lets say a user starts a macro that "waits" for a certain key (like F3) to be pressed.  When pressed, the macro then performs some actions (sends text...clicks some stuff).  Is it possible to perform this monitoring function from within autoit?

Thanks in advance

VxD

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For sure AutoIT is capable to do this.... I've written a program similir to

what you said. :)

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