frameingreen Posted February 22, 2017 Report Share Posted February 22, 2017 if there's a command in a script: "Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes) <ALT>", it doesnt work as expected. It seems as if it has been realized something like if <ALT> is typed, there will follow at least 1 character to complete a commandIf at least 1 character (or number or something) follows: simulate keydown <ALT>, simulate following character(s), simulate keyup <ALT> If NO character (or number or something) follows (means only to simulate <TAB>): simulate nothingand wait for next character to type (simulate) and then simulate keydown <ALT>, simulate following character(s), simulate keyup <ALT> With this behavior, there's a general problem with some Applications (i.e. Outlook 2016): I need to press (down and up) <ALT>, that means <ALT>, and nothing else! to activate, that outlook can be controlled by keyboard. That doesn't work in ME. So i can't automate "lock sender" (because of spam). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.