[quote=“SenseTalkDoug”]The fact that it works intermittently is odd, and suggests that there might be a timing issue of some sort involved. Check that you haven’t changed any of the timing parameters (the keyDownDelay and the remoteWorkInterval in particular).
Also, you mentioned you tried the sendShiftForCaps, but did you remember to use a capital D in your script? You might try this again to be sure:
set the sendShiftForCaps to true
TypeText "D" -- use a capital D here
If those suggestions don’t help, tell us a bit more about your environment: What version of Windows are you running? What VNC server and version? What is your network like? What keyboard layout do you use? Perhaps that will help us resolve this. What you’re trying to do is very basic and generally just works.[/quote]
Thanks SenseTalkDoug for your prompt responses. Infact I am trying to evaluate to automate my gaming application (developed using Macromedia). Your responses are really helpful.
- Yes, I did use Capital D.
- I have windows XP, Free version of VNC 4.1.2
- I connected Mac and Windows using office LAN
- Keyboard - same standard as it comes with Windows XP. No special…
I wonder if it an issue with MAcromedia? BTW, Shift d works just normal if I do on windows machine manually…