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basically the problem is that i'm trying to write a program that 'presses' a button when a certain file type is opened by a certain program...

the reason i'm doing this is cuz i have a lot of videos with multiple audio strams and each time i need to press the 'a' button to switch streams whenever a new episode is opened which make watching it unbelievably annoying so i thought of making this program instead of trying to modify over one thousand files of which most of them have already been put on dvd...

i'd appreciate any help in regards to this issue, even if it's somewhere else to ask about this...

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