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Topic Title: help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft
Topic Summary: recent versions of Minecraft no longer work with Lindsay Adam's <keyname> hold down command
Created On: 05/07/2021 04:48 PM
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 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 05/07/2021 04:48 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - monkey8 - 05/09/2021 05:34 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 05/09/2021 11:10 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - monkey8 - 05/10/2021 04:44 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 05/11/2021 09:18 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - monkey8 - 05/11/2021 10:48 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 05/13/2021 07:08 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 05/29/2021 09:14 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 06/06/2021 04:13 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - monkey8 - 06/07/2021 08:40 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - monkey8 - 06/08/2021 03:06 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 06/12/2021 12:12 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - ax - 06/12/2021 08:44 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - R. Wilke - 06/14/2021 01:05 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - ax - 06/14/2021 02:42 PM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - monkey8 - 06/15/2021 08:06 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - Twisted_Code - 06/21/2021 10:20 AM  
 help wanted: script for accessibility with Minecraft   - ax - 06/21/2021 07:15 PM  
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been puzzling at this for a while but in all honesty I'm probably not the person to try to figure this one out. Does anyone know anything about the built-in command, attributed to Lindsay Adam, which (as written in it's built-in version) uses virtual key codes to hold down control, alt, Windows, and shift? I made some modifications so I could work around my spinal cord injury by also having it hold forward, space, and other keys I use for gaming, but I can't seem to get this to work with the latest version of Minecraft. If I had to guess, this might be because they updated the version of LWJGL they use around the time they released v1.13 (which appears to have change how input is handled), but that doesn't really give me any good ideas on where to go since I don't understand the script that well. Can anyone help?

As is, my current script is here. Let me know if I need to provide any further detail.

edit: looking at the script again, it looks like it wraps user32.dll as a function, but I don't know enough about working with DLLs to infer the appropriate modification, assuming that DLL can even still do what I want (I think I need it to work with scan codes instead). Can someone point me in the right direction for that? When I get back to this issue later I'll check to see if Windows has documentation about a DLL by this name, but again, I *really* don't know much about working with DLLs



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