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Pressing Shift + b

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Read the manual.

'+'

This tells AutoIt to send a SHIFT keystroke, therefore Send("Hell+o") would send the text "HellO". Send("!+a") would send "ALT+SHIFT+a".

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That could make it eliminate the shift since you are doing it twice.

There is no reason for that. Simply Send("+a+d+c")

That will write

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Hmmm. Interesting, I tested it in Notepad and "send("{LSHIFT}+b")" worked correctly. I don't see anything in the documentation about using + for shifit, but it does work... :lmao:

My way works just the same though. Thanks for the clarification! I'm that much more Intelligent today.

That could make it eliminate the shift since you are doing it twice.

There is no reason for that. Simply Send("+a+d+c")

That will write

ADC

-Para

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I don't see anything in the documentation about using + for shifit, but it does work...  :lmao:

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See the Appendix for some tips.

The "Send" command syntax is similar to that of ScriptIt and the Visual Basic "SendKeys" command. Characters are sent as written with the exception of the following characters:

'!'

This tells AutoIt to send an ALT keystroke, therefore Send("This is text!a") would send the keys "This is text" and then press "ALT+a".

N.B. Some programs are very choosy about capital letters and ALT keys, i.e. "!A" is different to "!a". The first says ALT+SHIFT+A, the second is ALT+a. If in doubt, use lowercase!

'+'

This tells AutoIt to send a SHIFT keystroke, therefore Send("Hell+o") would send the text "HellO". Send("!+a") would send "ALT+SHIFT+a".

'^'

This tells AutoIt to send a CONTROL keystroke, therefore Send("^!a") would send "CTRL+ALT+a".

N.B. Some programs are very choosy about capital letters and CTRL keys, i.e. "^A" is different to "^a". The first says CTRL+SHIFT+A, the second is CTRL+a. If in doubt, use lowercase!

'#'

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


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How du i make it detect that im pressing Shift + b = B

What is the "hotkey" for shift, like "!" is for the ALT key?

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As far as I see, he wants to assign a hotkey..

But I'm starting to wonder, as everybody else thinks otherwise.. :lmao:

@Wb-FreeKill :

If you want to assign a hotkey use the function HotKeySet..

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