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Topic Title: Creating a new command
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Created On: 12/20/2020 01:50 PM
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 Creating a new command   - ajwwong - 12/20/2020 01:50 PM  
 Creating a new command   - Matt_Chambers - 12/20/2020 02:04 PM  
 Creating a new command   - ajwwong - 12/20/2020 02:32 PM  
 Creating a new command   - ajwwong - 12/20/2020 02:37 PM  
 Creating a new command   - kkkwj - 12/23/2020 10:58 PM  
 Creating a new command   - Matt_Chambers - 12/24/2020 08:57 AM  
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ajwwong
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How do I create a new command that is:

 

Windows key (press and hold)

 

in conjunction with

 

Left cursor arrow key.

 

I'm trying to sort out navigation and commands with the Dragon program – but am getting stumped here. I made a video to show the challenge/problem. Thank you so much for your support!

 

https://www.loom.com/share/62c583f02c054601b63a695767fc2bb5 



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Matt_Chambers
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SendKeys "{WindowsHold}{Left}"

Works for me in DPI 15.61.
 12/20/2020 02:32 PM
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Awesome – thank you so much! I will give it a try. :-)



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It worked! It is like magic. :-) Thank you so much for your help!



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 12/23/2020 10:58 PM
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Yes, thank you for the {WindowsHold} keystroke name - I've never heard of that or seen that. It must hold the key down with keyboard events under the hood while it sends the rest of the string, to give WindowsDown,Left,WindowsUp.

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 12/24/2020 08:57 AM
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Originally posted by: kkkwj Yes, thank you for the {WindowsHold} keystroke name - I've never heard of that or seen that. It must hold the key down with keyboard events under the hood while it sends the rest of the string, to give WindowsDown,Left,WindowsUp.

It's handy, isn't it?  Think I got it here, but it's possible I found it somewhere else.  

I don't know if it worked with versions before 15.6 and the new scripting engine.  Probably works in Knowbrainer, too.

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