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v1.0.10 released


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Chris
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Here are the changes for v1.0.10: http://www.autohotkey.com/changelog/

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Great Going Chris !!!!!!

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In the beta this cmd took only 'enter' and 'ins' as endkeys:
Input, UserInput, T5, {enter} {ins}

now it also takes space as endkeys in 1.0.10.

i'd to fix it by changing it to:
Input, UserInput, T5,{enter}{ins}

Was this intentional? atleast the help doesn't say anything like "any spaces or tabs around the endkeys are significant"

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I don't recall changing anything like that... basically it uses the same code as the Send command, which also treats spaces between keys as actual spaces.

As always, spaces and tabs at the beginning and end of parameters are not "seen". This applies even to the MatchList, which is treated as one big parameter (which is the only reason that spaces and tabs inside the list are seen as literal).

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well then i fail to understand y did the code work earlier?!

earlier i'd used it fine.. and used the diff endkeys for diff processing... anyways if this is the usage that's gonna stay then i'll keep this in mind.

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I don't know why either; I must have changed something if it worked before. But I had always intended it to behave identically to the Send command, it's even documented that way. So I think this is the way it will stay unless you spot a serious disadvantage to it.

You do not need to remove the spaces from the beginning and end of the EndKeys parameter. As with all parameters, they are ignored.