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Keypress 3 keys together

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:23 am
by pedroramos.uerj
Hi guys,

how can I press 3 keys together?

I want to press a shortcut "CTRL + Shift + L" together

Is it possible?

I've tried:



EVENTS TYPE=KEYPRESS SELECTOR=* KEYS="[17,16]"
EVENTS TYPE=KEYPRESS SELECTOR=* CHAR="L"

Re: Keypress 3 keys together

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2016 10:42 am
by chivracq
pedroramos.uerj wrote:Hi guys,

how can I press 3 keys together?

I want to press a shortcut "CTRL + Shift + L" together

Is it possible?

I've tried:

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EVENTS TYPE=KEYPRESS SELECTOR=* KEYS="[17,16]"
EVENTS TYPE=KEYPRESS SELECTOR=* CHAR="L"

CIM/FCIM...! :mrgreen: (Always mention your FCI when you open a Thread, read my Sig, many Commands are not implemented for all Browsers/Versions...)

Possible...?
=> Yep, check my Posts with "EVENT Mode Double Modifiers" as Search Keywords for the Syntax to use...

Re: Keypress 3 keys together

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2016 7:44 pm
by pedroramos.uerj
Sorry, I didn't even undestant half of the acronyms that u said. LOL

I started to use imacros few days ago and I need a code to do a "ctrl + shift + L" on a page. It's a diferent kind of refresh. But u helped me. I got it


It's:

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VERSION BUILD=8970419 RECORDER=FX

SET !ERRORIGNORE YES

SET !TIMEOUT_TAG 10


TAB T=1

EVENT TYPE=KEYPRESS SELECTOR=* Char="l" MODIFIERS="[shift,ctrl]"


WAIT SECONDS=8


Thanks buddy

Re: Keypress 3 keys together

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:02 pm
by chivracq
pedroramos.uerj wrote:Sorry, I didn't even undestant half of the acronyms that u said. LOL

I started to use imacros few days ago and I need a code to do a "ctrl + shift + L" on a page. It's a diferent kind of refresh. But u helped me. I got it

It's:

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VERSION BUILD=8970419 RECORDER=FX
SET !ERRORIGNORE YES
SET !TIMEOUT_TAG 10
TAB T=1

EVENT TYPE=KEYPRESS SELECTOR=* Char="l" MODIFIERS="[shift,ctrl]"

WAIT SECONDS=8


Thanks buddy

All 3 "acronysms" I used are explained in my Sig(nature)...
=> Probable FCI: iMacros for FF 8.9.7, FF46/47...?, OS...?

But yep, your Statement looks fine. Thanks for sharing the Solution...

And hum, a bit strange that you are using '!TIMEOUT_TAG' which got deprecated about 5 years ago, if you only started to use iMacros a few days ago.., and it got replaced by '!TIMEOUT_STEP'...