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Messages - kimbriki [ switch to compact view ]

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LaunchBar Commander / Re: Can't get Sendkeys to work
« on: September 22, 2018, 09:09 PM »
You little beauty! - Thanks guys! :Thmbsup:

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LaunchBar Commander / Re: Can't get Sendkeys to work
« on: September 21, 2018, 04:45 AM »
Yes, I do want CTL+SHIFT+B, and as you say, this is not happening as a simultaneous key press, but appears to be sequential - how do I get the keys sent simultaneously?

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LaunchBar Commander / Can't get Sendkeys to work
« on: September 21, 2018, 12:11 AM »
Hi,
I have a program that has a few hotkeys that I am wanting Launchbar Commander to initiate, however, I can't get them to work.
For example, one hotkey is CTL SHIFT B, when I put the sendkey into LBC, as '^+b' (without quotes) a 'B' comes out, not the result of the hotkey, or if I try '+^b' still only the 'b'
What could I be doing wrong? (I am not using the numpad for this)

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Thanks guys, it was a long shot, but I guess it's not a favourable request....keep up the good work anyways!  :Thmbsup:

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I think I have come up with my own solution, I'll share it here to see if it will help others.
I used AutoHotKey to do this, and below is the code I used. Basically it looks for the title of your dock in LaunchBar Commander (My First Dock) in this case, and makes the mouse Right Click Button act the same as the Left Click button. It only affects the launchBar Commander dock, and other windows and programs run unaffected. Just 4 lines of code.

#IfWinActive My First Dock ;If this window is active "My First Dock"
RButton::LButton  ;Makes Right Button same as Left Button, but only in LaunchBar Commander.
#IfWinActive  ; This makes all other windows unaffected by the above mapping
return


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Is there any genius out there who is able to come up with a coding snack idea to incorporate a password prompt before the "Configure Preference and Options" right click menu option can be accessed in LaunchBar Commander.....to stop an arbitary user from fiddling with settings.

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Anyone interested in attempting a code snack on this topic?  :tellme:

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Thanks, I'll give that a try, but it would be nice to have a password option in the menu.

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Hi,
Is there any way to incorporate a password prompt before the "Configure Preference and Options" right click menu option can be accessed.....to stop an arbitary user from fiddling with settings.

Thanks

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