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SteveO

SEND issue

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hey, when I GUICtrlRead it won't read my "#" symbol. Is there a way I can fix this? or maybe a possible workaround?

EDIT:

The exact code in the box being read is "" without the quotes.

EDIT AGAIN:

Actually I think it's a SEND issue not a GUICtrlRead issue. Whenever I try to output that code using SEND it wont output the "#"

Edited by SteveO

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Just tried the autoit help file GUICtrlCreateInput which uses GUICtrlRead and it accepts "#" Ok

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Just tried the autoit help file GUICtrlCreateInput which uses GUICtrlRead and it accepts "#" Ok

Yea, sorry I realized it's actually a Send issue.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

The hash now sends a Windows keystroke; therefore, Send("#r") would send Win+r which launches the Run dialog box.

Try Send("") Edited by picaxe

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Try Send("{" & Chr(35)& "}")

I'm pretty sure that will work, but this needs to be user friendly, and I don't think SEND will be able to output that properly when getting it from GUICtrlRead.

EDIT

Nope, it doesn't :/

Edited by SteveO

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Problem Solved. Worked around it with ClipPut and ClipGet


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