How do I set a hotkey combination to not affect individual hotkey?

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Nwb
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How do I set a hotkey combination to not affect individual hotkey?

21 Feb 2018, 05:24

Hey, so I want two hotkeys in my script.

I want the hotkey (Rbutton & Lbutton) which does an action. And (Rbutton UP) which does another action.
(Rbutton & Lbutton) is the hotkey for - holding right mouse button and pressing left mouse button. And (Rbutton UP) is the hotkey when right mouse button is lifted up from being pressed.

But my problem is, when I release Rbutton triggering the hotkey for (Rbutton & Lbutton), the hotkey for (Rbutton) also triggers.

How do I solve this by making so that Rbutton hotkey does not trigger when I use the hotkey for Rbutton & Lbutton.

Do I need to remove UP? Or is there a better way to do this? I have no clue.
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Nwb
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Re: How do I set a hotkey combination to not affect individual hotkey?

21 Feb 2018, 08:31

I guess I have to use suspend?
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stealzy
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Re: How do I set a hotkey combination to not affect individual hotkey?

21 Feb 2018, 13:26

Where is your code? I have no such problem.

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Rbutton & Lbutton::ToolTip 1
Rbutton UP::ToolTip % A_PriorKey
Esc::ExitApp
Anyway, you can use Suspend or #If. Just make variable and set it in Rbutton & Lbutton hotkey until Rbutton realesed (KeyWait).

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