First page of one web site page, there is some of icons. when i press the F5 key, the icons are randomized mengle. any time i press the F5 key that was mengle. i use key.acscii() function, but i don't know the code for F5. plz give me a solution.
I dont totally understand your problem, but I'll do my best.
What i would do is right click on the first page (the one with the icons) and click "View Source" From there a window should pop up with the code used to build the site. Press Ctrl+F to pull up the search panel and type in "key.acscii(" only put in one of the "(" because the key code is in between them. Then take the letters/numbers from between the parentheses and there you go!
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the "f" keys are called "Function Keys" some have "universal" functions - F3 will bring up a "find text" function in most programs and "F5" will refresh the screen/web page etc. The other "F" keys get functions assigned by the program you are using at the time. You can also assign an un-used "F-key" to a deskop shortcut by right-clicking the icon, selecting "Properties" then click in the text box next to "Short cut key" then - Press the F-key you want to use as a shortcut for that Icon. (F number should appear in the text box). Click "save" or "OK" and close the Property box. Now press the F-Key you programmed into the Icon - it should execute whatever the Icon is for.. And that is was the F-keys do.
Here is a procedure to reset the TI-89 to factory settings (found online):
Press the "Snd Mem" key to display the memory screen.
Press the "F1" key.
Press the navigation key to select the "RAM" icon, then select "1: All RAM" to erase all data and programs from the random access memory and press the "Enter" key, or select "2: Default" and press the "Enter" key to reset all system variables to original factory settings. This preserves any user-defined variables, functions and folders.
Press the navigation key to select the "Flash ROM" icon, then select "1: Archive" and press the "Enter" key to erase all data and programs from the read-only memory or select "2: Flash Apps," then press the "Enter" key to erase all applications from the Flash ROM. Select the "All Memory" icon and press the "Enter" key to erase all data, programs and flash applications from the RAM and Flash ROM.
The Fn key is a key found usually on the keyboards of portable computers (laptops, netbooks etc) and sometimes on desktop type keyboards.
It is a key usually marked with a blue coloured "Fn" and is located somewhere on the bottom left row of keys.
The Fn key is used in combination with other keys that have (usually) blue letters or icons on them to activate the special functions (Fn) on these keys.
For example, on the laptop I'm writing this on; If I press F5 the computer would perform the action my software has normally assigned to F5. If however I press the Fn button and F5, the computers internal function for decreasing screen brightness is invoked.
Different computer makes have different assignment to their keyboard Fn so you can't generally say press Fn+F5 to decrease screen brightness, it might be assigned to something else, volume or sleep-mode or even nothing. The "blue" text or icon will give an indication of what it will do.
Run an AHK script. Make sure this script uses the keyboard hook (#InstallKeybdHook).
Right-click on the tray icon and select Open.
A window will appear. In the menubar, select View >> Key history and script info
You will see a list of the last twenty key events (and mouse
events, if the mouse hook is installed), including their virtual key
numbers and scancodes. Pressing F5 will refresh this list.
Anything that you can see in this list can be captured and/or
reproduced in AutoHotkey. However, not everything can be seen here. So,
to test, press the key, F Lock in this case, and then press F5 to
refresh the list. If AutoHotkey couldn't see the key, the list will be
unchanged except for the F5 key you just pressed. If it could, though,
it will be the last key on the list (excluding F5).
I tried your script and it all checked out fine when I ran it. Make sure you click on the first frame of layer action and open the Action Script Panel (F9). Once this is accomplished.
Click on the second frame of layer action and press F6 key.
Like I said everything worked out when I tried using the script you posted so, if anything I would suggest starting from scratch.
If you are using a Flash then you can create your own flash play, pause, stop and exit button by flash using action script so that when you upload video through website it will work. if no idea with action script then refer to this site www.actionscript.org ....