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How to use the function keys on the wireless keyboard 1.1?

Need help using the F keys on my wireless multimedia keyboard 1.1

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Follow these steps:

  1. Run an AHK script. Make sure this script uses the keyboard hook (#InstallKeybdHook).
  2. Right-click on the tray icon and select Open.
  3. A window will appear. In the menubar, select View >> Key history and script info
  4. 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.
  5. 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).

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