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HotKeySet("ALL KEYS")

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Hello, what return standard importances of the keys? Example:

HotKeySet("ALL KEYS") - all keys on keyboard return.

That not to write:

HotKeySet("q")

HotKeySet("w")

HotKeySet("e")

HotKeySet("r")

Etc. all keys.

Thanks.

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No.

Example:

HotKeySet("{F1}", "a")

Func a()
Send("AAA")
EndFunc

When pushing F1 Sending AAA & pressed caps lock ._.

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I'm taking a really wild guess here, but are you trying to un-hotkey all the previously hotkeyed keys at once?

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

No.

Example:

HotKeySet("{F1}", "a")

Func a()
Send("AAA")
EndFunc

When pushing F1 Sending AAA & pressed caps lock ._.

USE

HotKeySet("{F3}", "a")
 
While 1
WEnd
 
 
Func a()
send("A")
send("a")
EndFunc

If you write A then send A

If you write a then send a....

Edited by Kyme

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So am I just not speaking the correct devolution of English?

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USE

HotKeySet("{F3}", "a")
 
While 1
WEnd
 
 
Func a()
send("A")
send("a")
EndFunc

If you write A then send A

If you write a then send a....

Maybe you can explain this in more detail what this is supposed to do?

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