scott at tactilemedia.com
Mon Oct 11 14:03:16 EDT 2010
Recently, Colin Holgate wrote:
>> Or maybe this:
> Your two approaches are basically the same idea as mine, only in yours there
> is still no way for the rest of the script to know that the shift was pressed.
> You might also need an idle check, or another send, to then inspect the state
> of shiftKeyPressed, and to then do something. My email included all of that
Sorry, I'm not following -- the shift state is constantly polled/stored, so
why does the script need to care about the state at all?
Maybe your script is the same idea as mine :-)
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