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Tet Posted - 03/23/2019 : 21:27:35
Hi,

On my Surface Pro 3 (S+ 2.8.3.3) a 'new tab' gesture via acSendKeys("^t").
Works flawlessly across the board.

On my Vaio laptop (S+ 2.8.6.4)) the same gesture works in many programs except Firefox.
In Firefox (66.0.1 32-bit) it's going fullscreen (as if pressing F11) instead of opening a new tab (Ctrl T).

Physically pressing Ctrl T on the kbd opens a new tab in Firefox but not acSendKeys("^t") via a gesture.

Any ideas?
ta.
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Tet Posted - 03/23/2019 : 22:37:12
Yeh, I'm a bit out of touch. S+ works so well I've had no need to edit it in some time;)

Same result with that different code.

I'm blaming Firefox 32-bit. Works fine in other programs and on a different machine with Firefox 64-bit and same code. Never mind.

I'll re-reg at .net.

Ta. Tet.



Rob Posted - 03/23/2019 : 21:52:16
I have no idea. I use Chrome normally, but I opened Firefox and downloaded the update to 66, then opened S+ [because of course I use the newer StrokesPlus.net now :) ] and acSendKeys("^t") opens a new tab for me fine.

Are you using a non-English keyboard layout? That's one thought.

You can see if this has a different result
acSendControlDown()
acSendKeyDown(84)
acSendKeyUp(84)
acSendControlUp()

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