I have a key combination written as
~XButton1 & XButton2::. When I press the combination, the
XButton1 event isn't filtered out. This can cause, for example, my browser to go back a page when I don't want it to.
According to the docs, removing the
~ will cause the keys not to be passed on to the rest of the system. When I do that, however,
XButton1 is never passed to the system, whether I finish the combo or not.
Here's the behavior I'd like to see:
AHk should buffer the first
XButton1 event when it's recieved. If I do press
XButton2, pass on nothing to the system. But, if I don't press
XButton2, send a quick
Is there any way to get this behavior?