I have a scheduled task that kicks off when I'm "idle". But I only want it to run at a certain time. There's no way to accomplish what I want with the task, without having it run 'each' time I'm idle throughout the day.
So, I 'tried' to create a simple app that would use sendkeys to hit the insert key for me every few minutes.
Doesn't appear to be working though - any ideas why not?
That's about all there is to it...(I didn't want to leave 'insert' off...that's why it's there twice)
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