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Why now send("^.....") remain pressed?

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Cyber

Why now (in the lasts version) send("^.....") remain pressed??

WWWHHHHYYYY? :D

^ or ! or + ecc...


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herewasplato

If the Ctrl "sticks" in the code below, then the text (....) should be selected via a Ctrl-a.

Run("notepad")
WinWaitActive("Untitled - Notepad")
Send("^.....")
Send("a")
That code works as expected for me. The output is (....a) but I have other scripts that used to work fine, but now (with v3.2.10.0) will sometimes cause the Ctrl key to "remain pressed". I just cannot get the problem to repeat often enough to warrant a bug report.

I'm not even sure which version of AutoIt it was that I first noticed it. It was probably at least one version before v3.2.10.0.

Edit: Not that this is even close to a bug report, but the OS is XP SP2 all patched up.

Edited by herewasplato

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Cyber

yes, i have Sp2 and i try in two different pc...

:D

why?

i try with

Send("^{anyKey}")

Send("!{anyKey}")

Send("+{anyKey}")

Send("#{anyKey}")

Remain pressed the trigger key (! or + or # or ^)

Please help me, i can't post this bug in bug section......


Console Browse: Navigate on the WEB in a textual consoleMultiPing!: Show computer on the lan and/or show the local/remote task, ALL animated!KillaWin: Event executingCryptPage: Crypt your webpage and show only with key

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