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I'm playing an online game and sometimes when i type autohotkey messes with my text.

How can i get it to ignore all my hotkeys when i press "enter" (which starts the chat) and turn back on when i press enter again?

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You can use the Suspend command. Based on your example, the following should work:

~Enter::Suspend, Toggle
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Thanks :D it worked like a charm. – acidzombie24 Feb 29 '12 at 7:58

The above code is a delight. As a complement to gamers using this do allow for a Suspend toggle key


Its very helpful in case the suspend state might be in the wrong mode at the wrong time and also very useful if you do swap around windows frequently

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