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All of these autohotkey entries work fine:





But this one does not work, apparently because of a conflict with the "::" that I am trying to output:


since this works with only one colon:


But how can I e.g. escape the colons so that I can have a double colon in the output?

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You can use a backtick to escape the double colon:


You can change the escape character:

#EscapeChar \  ; Change it to be backslash instead of the default of accent (`).
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