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llyando

control+foward slash for the enter key

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llyando

All right. So here is the story. My parents gave me an old laptop but the enter key is missing. It does not work at all. I was wondering what the script would be to make the buttons control and foward slash pressed simultaneously function as the enter key. I'm terribley new to scripting of any kind and any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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goldenix

your notebook does not have an ENTER key ? And you want to press another key ( like F1 for example ) to send CTRL+/ ? Do I understand you correctly?


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skysel

I think he wants a combination of 2 keys to replace ENTER key.. for example: he presses CTRL+BACKSPACE and that would result as if he would press ENTER (which he doesnt have on his notebook) :)

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goldenix

Search help file for Send in this case:

^ = CTRL

!=ALT

+=Shift

HotKeySet("^{BACKSPACE}", "_Send")
HotKeySet("{esc}", "_Quit")

While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func _Send()
    Send("{Enter}")
EndFunc   

Func _Quit()
    Exit
EndFunc

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llyando

Thank you so much. That helps me out a lot. Thanks again.

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