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Old 10-22-2015, 01:32 AM
eee eee is offline
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Found a work around.
If I program a key to "Send String", it will adhere to the send char delay.
The I run the key from within the script using Screen.SendKeys.
It is quite surprising you did not know about this.
All is missing is a way to program the string to the key from within the script, to get a generic Screen.Send look-alike.
What would be the correct GetOption - SetOption sequence to use one of the keys (lets say Ctrl-Alt-ShiftF12) for a Send that adheres to char delay?
When answering, assume there are other programmed keys. I am not sure you can SetOption to a single key, may have to program all of them.
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