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A program that automatically presses a key


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Marpessa

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Hey!

I need a program that can automatically press a selected key with a selected time. Like 10 times in a minute?

I'm desperately in need for this.

I hope you can help.
Thanks in advance!
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Hey there Marpessa, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

Exactly what do you mean press a key? I can quickly make you a program that can press a certain key any number of times, since I don't know of any programs that can do this.

Just give me more details on what you want the program to do. Because of the limmited time, I will not make it look fancy or anything, just let me know.

Cool :whistling:
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Well ok, I'm capping some DVDs, and nero show time requires you to press the "C" key while the movie plays to screencap it.

But I have way too many movies to cap and it takes too much time to do this manually. So I need a program that can work behind all other programs and presses that "C" key with a selected time. It'd be great if I can set it, like

press the -- key, -- times in a minute. [those --'s should be setable by me]
I'm sorry for my bad English, I hope you got the point.

And I have no idea how to thank you! :whistling:

Edited by Marpessa, 12 July 2006 - 05:11 AM.

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No problem, I have sent you a PM and then we can go over the full instructions. I am glad I could help, I love making programs for people and they actually use it.

Cool :whistling:
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