I’m trying to code something, and I need to press CTRL+T at the same time. How do I do this in DuckyScript?
Should be like the next line.
Do not add a “+” sign. I believe “-” is used between modifier key if you have more then 1. Example CTRL-ALT or CTRL-ALT T. This appears to be one difference between Duck and Flipper. The T is not a modifier so no “-”.
Second, here are docs for Flipper.
I already tried this, it did not work
What are you expecting CTRL T to do?
Sorry for the late reply. I am expecting CTRL T to open a new Chrome tab in ChromeOS.
It works for me.
open_tab.txt (14 Bytes)
Im doing the same thing but with CTRL SHIFT T but it wont work.
The docs says
I just tried CTRL SHIFT T on my keyboard and realized that command doesn’t open a “new” tab but rather opens a recently closed tab. CTRL T is the correct button combo for a “new” tab.