About the execution of the simulated keys exclusively in a given application.

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About the execution of the simulated keys exclusively in a given application.

Post by NewUserRegistered » Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:08 am

Hello! I started using the software recently and there are still several functions that I do not know.

I wonder if it is possible to run the simulated keys in only 1 unique application. So when I minimize the application the simulated keys continue to run in the specified program without interfering with the other operations of the operating system.

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Re: About the execution of the simulated keys exclusively in a given application.

Post by phil » Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:18 am

No that is not possible I'm afraid.
Simulated keys go into the system keyboard buffer and therefore they are sent by Windows to the active window (that has keyboard focus).

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