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Topic Title: Held down keys won't release
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Created On: 11/16/2020 07:54 PM
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 Held down keys won't release   - TheCyborgManatee - 11/16/2020 07:54 PM  
 Held down keys won't release   - Edgar - 11/17/2020 11:17 AM  
 Held down keys won't release   - monkey8 - 11/21/2020 06:03 AM  
 Held down keys won't release   - monkey8 - 11/24/2020 02:32 PM  
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In terms of "shift click" try saying "press shift left click", likewise "press control left click", these commands are already built into Dragon.


In terms of holding down mouse buttons keys, the commands should work in KB "left mouse hold down", "left mouse release". If not I suggest contacting Lunis who may arrange a remote connection if necessary. 


In terms of the "shift click" command in KB, I just looked at it and the SendKeys implementation does not work so you could change the command to the following:


' Declare keyboard events Windows API function
Declare Function keybd_event Lib "user32.dll" (ByVal vKey As _
Long, bScan As Long, ByVal Flag As Long, ByVal exInfo As Long) As Long
' declare virtual key constant for the shift key
Const VK_CTRL = &h11
Const VK_SHIFT = &h10
Sub Main
'hold down the shift key
Wait 0.1 
ButtonClick 1,1
Wait 0.1
'release the shift key
End Sub


or alternatively you can HeardWord the built in Dragon commands.


EDIT: one other very important item here is if you issue the commands "control key hold down" or alternatively "shift key hold down" these will conflict with the hotkeys for Dragon for forcing dictation and commands. You need to change the hotkeys to something like "{Ctrl+Shift}" and "{Alt + Shift}" 


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