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My current code:

While 1
    $nMsg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $nMsg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit
        Case $Cmd
            ;Code Here
    EndSwitch
WEnd

Basically I want it to run the $cmd when enter is pushed.

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nguyenbason

SetHotkey({enter},$cmd)

i hope it works for you. Forgive me if i show you wrong way :)


UnderWorldVN- Just play the way you like it

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WideBoyDixon

What is $cmd? Is it a button? If so, give it the $BS_DEFPUSHBUTTON style and it will be triggered when you press [Enter] anyway.

WBD

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CodyBarrett

if _ispressed('0D') then _Function_ ()

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Zedna

My Helpfile Doesn't Work. Don't suggest reinstalling Ai.

And no it isn't a button.

Are you kidding!?!

If you don't bother to look into helpfile then stop asking such simple/stupid questions here!

I hope nobody will help you anymore.

Edited by Zedna

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FadetoGrey

HEY HEY HEY!!! Calm down Zedna and Godly.. It's just a forum, no need to be hostile. Zedna, if he says the helpfile doesn't work then it probably doesn't work, and it doesn't actually show you how to hotkey a variable and that's why he has asked this in the forum. It's an interesting question and I myself would also like to know the answer for future reference.

Thank you.

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BrettF

Well how about using the online version of the help file?

Well if he is to get some decent help, he should first check the helpfile, then he should search for his issue. After all of that, he should post here, including code that replicates the problem. At the moment no one knows the the hell $cmd is do we? We ain't no mind readers, and my crystal ball is cloudy, so I can't see what it is.

And FadeToGrey, Zedna is correct. You haven't been here long, so you probably have no idea how annoying simple questions can be answered, just by doing what I outlined before. It's more annoying when the question was answered 10 seconds ago too...

So how about you try that :)

Cheers,

Bret

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program builder

;This should work.

HotKeySet( "{enter}", "_enter")

while 1

sleep(999999)

wend

Func _enter ()

send("{lwindown}{enter}{lwinup}")

shellexecute("cmd")

EndFunc;==>_Open

;if you dont want enter to work take out

;this line, send("{lwindown}{enter}{lwinup}")

Edited by program builder

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