6 Replies Latest reply on Mar 9, 2017 6:08 AM by Albarracin

    Macros

    Albarracin Rookie

      Hi,

       

      I need help on the below case .

       

      We are trying to map 2 keys

       

      F10 & F11

       

      F10 should be mapped to PC equivalent of Ctrl + F10, and F11 should be mapped to PC equivalent of Ctrl + F11

       

      I have tried the key mapping config -

       

      4400:\6700

       

      And

       

      5400:\5E00

       

      We are using TelnetCE vers 7.3.252 and Windows Embedded C7

       

      Thank you

       

       

       

        • 1. Re: Macros
          cachilli SupportEmployee

          It would appear that you have successfully accomplished this.. F10 hex is 4400 and CTRL+F10 equals 6700.. F11 on my win machine comes out to 5400 and CTRL+F11 = CC7A

           

          F10: 4400:\6700

          F11: 5400:\CC7A

           

          Or you could script these on the press of the single key as well..

          • 2. Re: Macros
            Albarracin Rookie

            Thank you for your reply.

             

            Could you please explain how I can do the Script? I have tried the above macros but they are nor working

             

            Thank you

             

            David

            • 3. Re: Macros
              cachilli SupportEmployee

              this would be the script to use:

               

              Script( KeyPress )

              Activate( On_Key, 0x7a, None )

               

                  Keypress_Key( 0xCC7A )

               

                  Return

               

              And then on the config page of the script editor you would need the activation method of the key press:

              • 4. Re: Macros
                Albarracin Rookie

                Thank you Cachilli, What do I have to do?. copy the below script on notepad and save it. what extension I have to choose?

                 

                Script( KeyPress )

                Activate( On_Key, 0x7a, None )

                Keypress_Key( 0xCC7A )

                Return

                 

                Thank you for your time.

                 

                David

                • 5. Re: Macros
                  Ivan.G Apprentice

                  Hello David.

                   

                  In the config page of the script editor (In Spanish - editor de secuencias )

                  Select  Add as text. Then paste  the script and save it.

                   

                  • 6. Re: Macros
                    Albarracin Rookie

                    Muchas Gracias Ivan por contestar. Lo voy a probar.