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geasiki

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but it seems that clipput() is not overwriting data..

Here's my script.

Func _SendSpam($SpamCtrl)
    If $SpamCheck1 = "ON" Then 
        ClipPut($SpamOutput[1])
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{CTRLDOWN}{v}{CTRLUP}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
    EndIf
    If $SpamCheck2 = "ON" Then 
        ClipPut($SpamOutput[2])
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{CTRLDOWN}{v}{CTRLUP}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
    EndIf
    If $SpamCheck1 = "ON" Then 
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{CTRLDOWN}{v}{CTRLUP}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
    EndIf
EndFunc

I am only able to 'send' the clip which is on top 'ClipPut($SpamOutput[1])'

Do I have to empty the clip and do another clipput or do a clipput and then a clipget...

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Minikori

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but it seems that clipput() is not overwriting data..

Here's my script.

Func _SendSpam($SpamCtrl)
    If $SpamCheck1 = "ON" Then 
        ClipPut($SpamOutput[1])
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{CTRLDOWN}{v}{CTRLUP}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
    EndIf
    If $SpamCheck2 = "ON" Then 
        ClipPut($SpamOutput[2])
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{CTRLDOWN}{v}{CTRLUP}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
    EndIf
    If $SpamCheck1 = "ON" Then 
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{CTRLDOWN}{v}{CTRLUP}")
        ControlSend($SpamTitle, "", "", "{Enter}")
    EndIf
EndFunc

I am only able to 'send' the clip which is on top 'ClipPut($SpamOutput[1])'

Do I have to empty the clip and do another clipput or do a clipput and then a clipget...

I would recommend trying a $Clip = ClipGet() and then sending $Clip.

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geasiki

The reason I'm doing it this way is because I'm trying to send unicode text..

I can't think of a better way than "^{v}"

I'f I put unicodes in a variable.. the text that's sent is jumbo mumbo :)

I should have mentioned unicode on the first post. Sorry, my bad.

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