• PXAbstraction

    I was using Unified Remote in a different context previously on Windows 10. So either the Fall Creator's update stripped them out or UR isn't using that library. Given there aren't any other threads complaining about broken keys, I'd be surprised. :)

    I will try the other keyboards and see what happens. I also submitted a formal support request but I don't know how quick the devs are to respond. I'll let you know how the other keyboards work out.

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    @whale-av So, according to that post, people are saying the functionality gets blocked by UAC. I have UAC disabled on this system though.

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    I've created a simple Unified Remote to control my OBS streaming server. It has four functions, two of which launch applications (which are working), one that's supposed to send CTRL-ALT-S to toggle the stream and another which is supposed to send CTRL-F3 to manually trigger Boom Replay.

    The problem is, no keypresses are registering. I've tried kb.stroke, kb.press and kb.text and no matter what I set them to, when I press the button on the remote, no keystrokes are sent through to the PC. This is a new system and UR was installed yesterday. I used to use this on another PC before and it worked fine but I'm at a loss as to why this is happening. System is running Windows 10 Pro.

    Anyone know why this might be? Thanks all.

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    So, just using batch files actually did the trick. More than happy with this as a solution. Thanks!

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    Hi there and thanks for replying!

    Unfortunately, OBS and ScorpBot don't have associated files so I can't launch them with the method you have here. What I need to do is have the applications launch from within their installed folders but the problem is that by default, os.open doesn't seem to change to the folder of the program it's being launched to run before it does so. I'm not sure if there's a way around this, beyond maybe writing batch files for each of the launches and executing those instead?

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    Hey all. I'm creating a simple remote on my new streaming machine. It has 4 functions, to start/stop OBS, to manually trigger Boom Replay, to start OBS (after first running a taskkill command to terminate it if it's running) and finally, to do the same thing with ScorpBot.

    I'm using the os.start commmands to execute both OBS and ScorpBot on those functions. The problem is, it doesn't appear to be executing those applications from the paths that you would find in the "Start In" field in the shortcut properties. In both cases, this causes them to fail to run because they can't find their configuration files.

    I've looked at the documentation and I can't find anything that clearly states how I can ensure these applications are executed from within their starting paths. Is there a way to do this? Or do I just have to write a batch file for each that changes to the directory before executing the application? This seems like a relatively simple problem to solve and yet I can't find an answer.

    Thanks!

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