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The keystroke is sent to the curently active application (window).

Notice: The control keys - <ctrl>, <alt>, <shift>, <lwinkey>, <rwinkey> - behaves so that the first occurence means "key down" and the second occurence means "key up". This is different from all other keys where the key means "key up and down".

 

 

Example (Macro Steps):

 

1

<#> <#> This will press F10 key

2

Key F10

3

<#> <#>This will press Ctrl+Alt+K

4

Key Ctrl

5

Key Alt

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k

7

Key Alt

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Key Ctrl

Example (Plain Text):

 

<#> This will press F10 key

<F10><#>This will press Ctrl+Alt+K

<ctrl><alt>k<alt><ctrl>