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I am trying to use the cntrol key when i do the capture of a macro. I capture everything but the control press. Is there a way to do this with out having to go back and manually add it where i need it?

 

Mbone

 

 

i found a work around for it but if anyone could tell me how to get it to work it would be great. Working on expanding the small macro i have running right now.

 

thanks

 

MBone :ph34r:

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i found a work around for it but if anyone could tell me how to get it to work it would be great. Working on expanding the small macro i have running right now.

 

thanks

 

MBone :ph34r:

 

 

Was wonder if any knows a way of recording the control key into a regular macro. I have tried the Adding it manually to the script by doing the text type as well as the control key down, then left click and then control key up but no go.

 

What i am needing to do is control click on something on the screen. My current work around for this is using the right mouse button to do this. I sometimes get a little bit of latency and it can cause the click to be in the wrong place.

 

anyone have suggestion?

 

Mbone

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I am trying to use the cntrol key when i do the capture of a macro. I capture everything but the control press. Is there a way to

do this with out having to go back and manually add it where i need it?

 

Mbone

I think you said you did this, but I want to be clear:

 

Text Type: <CTRLD>
Mouse Left Button Click
Text Type: <CTRLU>

<TEXTTYPE:<CTRLD>><LCLK><TEXTTYPE:<CTRLU>>

 

If so, you might want to provide more information about your system, as there may be a compatibility issue. You may even need

to contact Insight Support.

 

I can't think of any function I have on my system where Ctrl+LMB is used, so I can't test the functionality to make sure it's working

on my computer.

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