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Capturing enter key

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Eigensheep

Seems like a simple question but I can't find any other topics on it. Basically I'd like to call, for example, Func1 when the user hits the enter button inside a GUICtrlCreateInput, but I can't find how to do this. Using GUICtrlSetOnEvent() doesn't seem to work, nor will it inside a loop-type GUI event.

The help file says "if you do not specify this style [$ES_WANTRETURN], pressing the ENTER key has the same effect as pressing the dialog boxs default push button." I'm thinking maybe creating a button that a user can't see? Would this work?

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newbiescripter

you could use _isPressed or hotkeyset to do something when the specific key is pressed

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Eigensheep

Thanks for the idea - I had thought of that, but I have multiple input boxes on the GUI and I only want the function to run when Enter is pressed in one of them. I suppose I could use GUICtrlGetState...

[edit: Tried using If GUICtrlGetState($control) = $GUI_FOCUS Then... but it doesn't work. Any other ideas? Again, thanks for the reply.]

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ResNullius

Seems like a simple question but I can't find any other topics on it. Basically I'd like to call, for example, Func1 when the user hits the enter button inside a GUICtrlCreateInput, but I can't find how to do this. Using GUICtrlSetOnEvent() doesn't seem to work, nor will it inside a loop-type GUI event.

The help file says "if you do not specify this style [$ES_WANTRETURN], pressing the ENTER key has the same effect as pressing the dialog boxs default push button." I'm thinking maybe creating a button that a user can't see? Would this work?

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...st&p=535977

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Eigensheep

Oh, thanks :)

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