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 Post subject: Shift keys registering as 'a' or 'i'
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Hello,

Thanks so much for this program - it's a great utility and really helpful for those of us with limited coding experience.

However, I'm having an issue with my shift keys being registered as either 'a' (left shift) or 'i' (right shift), and I can't seem to find a solution to this problem from the forums. Is it a problem with the Virtual Drivers?

For example, the code:

Code:
begin loop("5")
          Keyboard.Press keys("{<lshiftkey>}")
          Humanly.Pause("100", "200")
          Keyboard.Press keys("1")
          Humanly.Pause("100", "200")
     end


returns "a1a1a1a1a1". If I use rshiftkey, then it returns "i1i1i1i1i1".

Is there a known fix to this issue please?


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macroman123 wrote:
Hello,

Thanks so much for this program - it's a great utility and really helpful for those of us with limited coding experience.

However, I'm having an issue with my shift keys being registered as either 'a' (left shift) or 'i' (right shift), and I can't seem to find a solution to this problem from the forums. Is it a problem with the Virtual Drivers?

For example, the code:

Code:
begin loop("5")
          Keyboard.Press keys("{<lshiftkey>}")
          Humanly.Pause("100", "200")
          Keyboard.Press keys("1")
          Humanly.Pause("100", "200")
     end


returns "a1a1a1a1a1". If I use rshiftkey, then it returns "i1i1i1i1i1".

Is there a known fix to this issue please?


Have you tried to reinstall the driver? i found no issue using lshiftkey


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