16686Re: forcing a program to react to ^!PlayBack
- Jul 3 5:54 AM--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kenfhill84083" <kenfhill84083@...>
>Yes. Use the ^!Keyboard command for sending keystrokes after ensuring
> I am trying to send my Bible software program (WordSearch) some
> keystrokes to display Bible verses I have listed in NoteTab. I can
> change the focus to WordSearch via ^!FocusApp but I cannot get it to
> respond to any keystrokes via ^!PlayBack and I get errors when I use
> Are there any other approaches besides this I could try or are there
> any keystrokes I could send that are universally recognized to give
> other programs a jolt?
the target application has focus. Some people have reported that the
^!Keyboard command doesn't work in Windows Vista however, and in any
case using it successfully often requires use of ^!Delay's to get the
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