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Question about AutoHotkey scripting

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skwire, Thank you. That is what I was trying to do.  I am not trying to create hotstrings. 

The reason behind this query is that I am not very adept at using a keyboard.  For me, hot keys that require 3 keys pressed simultaneously (or even two) is very cumbersome.  Since I use a lot of hotkey combinations, the ability to create some using a one-hand 'tap tap' procedure is very powerful. 

Fortunately, I have two hands.  I can see how this would be a great tool for a person with one.



I am trying to simulate/define hotkeys that normally require simultaneous pressing of three keys (e.g. Ctrl-Alt-Delete).  I would like to launch these hotkeys using a NON-SIMULTANEOUS pressing of two keystrokes. 

So in this example, I would like to define a sequence of two NON-SIMULTANEOUS (e.g. 'k' followed by 'j') to simulate 'Ctrl-Alt-Delete'. Do you follow?

Can I do this in TapTap Hotkey Extender?

If I am interpreting what you wish to do correctly, the script that skwire posted above will do exactly what you wish... hit k, release it then hit j and it will sent Ctrl-Alt-F4. Substitute {Delete} for {F4} and it wll send Ctrl-Alt-Delete if you hit k and then j. I would use a sequence like kkk though, as it's easier to send and a legitimate word containing kkk which would trigger your hotkey is less likely to occur.


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