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I have a tray application, which is listening for keystroke. Unfortunately, this keystroke is intercepted by very progressive Windows 8 interface. I don't need this progress, I need my old application receive this keystroke.

How to pass it to it with AutoHotKey?

Note: I don't want to change active window or something.

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Please provide more information such as what keystroke you are trying to send. – David Metcalfe Oct 11 '15 at 5:43

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