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Hi,

I'm using VoxKey commands quite extensively to link to key presses to enable various Lua scripts - I have several that I may run one after another and such.

I'm using keys like:
 

SHIFT + o = cmd 1

CTRL + o =cmd2

CTRL + SHIFT + o =cmd3

o =cmd4

etc...

For some reason, it almost seems like when toggling some commands, the keys stick and, for instance when calling command 1, might also get command 4 initiated also..

I'm not entirely sure if the issue here is MCE, or FSUIPC, but wondered if I could have some information on how the key press function works so I can try and eliminate it from fault..?

Thanks,

James


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14 hours ago, severniae said:

Hi,

I'm using VoxKey commands quite extensively to link to key presses to enable various Lua scripts - I have several that I may run one after another and such.

I'm using keys like:
 

SHIFT + o = cmd 1

CTRL + o =cmd2

CTRL + SHIFT + o =cmd3

o =cmd4

etc...

For some reason, it almost seems like when toggling some commands, the keys stick and, for instance when calling command 1, might also get command 4 initiated also..

I'm not entirely sure if the issue here is MCE, or FSUIPC, but wondered if I could have some information on how the key press function works so I can try and eliminate it from fault..?

Thanks,

James

Are you using the "repeat" function in Voxkey, or sending separate commands? How frequently (gap between 2 commands)?

 

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1 hour ago, FS++ said:

Are you using the "repeat" function in Voxkey, or sending separate commands? How frequently (gap between 2 commands)?

 

No - no repeat. So after some testing, I've discovered that if I have one command mapped to, say, 'ctrl + o' and another simply to 'o' then it often shows that 'o' on it's own is being pressed by itself. This causes an issue for me as this calls two different scripts, and one will override the setting that the first does etc...

I appear to have worked around this for by having all commands either use 'ctrl' or 'shift'.


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17 hours ago, severniae said:

for instance when calling command 1, might also get command 4 initiated also..

i suspect

2 hours ago, FS++ said:

SHIFT + o = cmd 1

should be named command one, if you expect to initiate Shift + o.


for now, cheers

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19 minutes ago, vadriver said:

i suspect

should be named command one, if you expect to initiate Shift + o.

Sorry, not quite sure I follow you...?


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