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Offset 3110, 1070: is pulselength defined?


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Hello from Austria!

Pete please tell me, if a Keypress command sent by offset 3110 with parameter 1070 has an defined minimum puls length? Or must I define the pulse length by myself eg with 1071 and 1072.

What I want to do is to send a '+' (NumPad) when eg the levers are in FLX position.

Thanks in advance

Hermann

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... if a Keypress command sent by offset 3110 with parameter 1070 has an defined minimum puls length?

It is pretty much a KEYDOWN set followed by a reversed KEYUP set for the combination specified, so creating at most one Key Press, not any repeats -- deliberately so, otherwise it couldn't be used reliably for toggled events.

Or must I define the pulse length by myself eg with 1071 and 1072.

What I want to do is to send a '+' (NumPad) when eg the levers are in FLX position.

Why is the time that the '+' is held pressed relevant, then? Do you want it repeating?

You know you can assign these to buttons in the Buttons options, so you could try the effect yourself first in any case?

Regards,

Pete

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