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ezelhardion Posted - 09/21/2016 : 23:47:12
Hello! Thanks for your great work with StrokesPlus

There are several options that momentarily disable S+ with modifier keys

but I want to disable S+ while win key is pressed cause I'm using AltDrag with win key

(AltDrag : )

Is there any possible way to do this? with Global Lua or something

Sorry for my poor English

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ezelhardion Posted - 10/03/2016 : 12:59:45
hmm! Thanks!
have a nice day
Rob Posted - 10/03/2016 : 12:57:19
I'm honestly not sure why it would behave differently, but Win8+ did change things with the processing of system hooks, so it could be something with that.
ezelhardion Posted - 10/02/2016 : 13:14:44
Hey, no need to be sorry. I appreciate that.
This is what I have to appreciate, not what you should be sorry for

hmm. well. okay thanks for the reply

but can I just ask one more question?

I'm using S+ and AltDrag on two computers, one of which is Win10 Desktop, and the other is Win7 Laptop

On Win10 Desktop, Win + Right button Drag always causes AltDrag working
On Win7 Laptop, Win + Right button drag sometimes causes AltDrag working, sometimes draws an S+ gesture

what could be the difference? the laptop is like a slow one..
Rob Posted - 10/02/2016 : 12:58:55
I'm sorry, I'd forgotten about your post :(

Currently, there is no way to do that in S+. The Windows key has some special functions that Windows overrides (in certain cases) which is why I opted to leave it out as an Ignore key option.
ezelhardion Posted - 10/02/2016 : 10:38:21
Is it that no one has an idea about this article? or was my English too bad to understand?

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