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Raise systemwide keypress event
Is there a way to raise system-wide "keypress" events programmatically from within Mathematica? Say "Ctrl+C" or "Ctrl+V", which all other programs can recognize? This is an attempt to gain simple ...
Sep 24 '13 at 23:04
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