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As stated above, in most mouse software, if you press a key first it will be instantly recognized and ignore autohotkey inputs. For my mouse software, I had to make a work around that clicked the "Add new key" button for me, waited a second, then sent F13-24. You are welcome to try this for yourself...
- 02 Dec 2018, 23:53
- Forum: Ask For Help
- Topic: Autohotkey unreliably detecting joysticks
- Replies: 2
- Views: 299
I am attempting to make a program which makes use of detecting joystick input. Detecting buttons functions fine, however I am unable to detect Axis values correctly. The below script was designed to print the X value of the stick to a message box, however no matter the stick position, it returns "49...
- 21 Jan 2018, 01:39
- Forum: Gaming
- Topic: Logitech Gaming Software F13-F24 enabler (Unused keys to trigger AHK actions)
- Replies: 11
- Views: 13749
Hey man, i love the program but unfortunately it doesn't work for onboard memory programs due to a different system. I attempted to adapt your program to work but it did not, any ideas?