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I'm trying to write a simple auto-replace script but can't find how to insert the '{}' characters.
The usual escape characters (backtick ` or backslash ) don't seem to work for curly brackets.
e.g.

:co:drf::$(document).ready(function(){space}`{`n`});{Left}{Left}{Left}{left}

gives

$(document).ready(function() 
);

rather than

$(document).ready(function() {
});
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Encase your curly braces with curly braces. This prompts AutoHotkey to send the raw character.

{{}

{}}

AutoHotkey help file

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Doh! Should have tried that. Thanks. –  pelms Jul 27 '10 at 14:34
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