I'm trying to automate a task where I'd like for KM to detect if I hit ENTER or RETURN but without loosing focus on the browser.
In other words, the routine at some point triggers a browser pop-up window where:
I tab over to a dropdown menu then press the arrow keys until my desired option is highlighted and then I press RETURN to accept that highlighted setting.
I then tab over to the OK button and press ENTER to close the pop-up and execute.
If I try pressing ENTER in step 1, for some reason the option reverts back to the first (default) item (which is not the one I want).
So, is there a way to have KM detect if I pressed RETURN in step 1 and if I didn't, have it throw an error message along the lines of "Wake up! you must press RETURN here!"?
Note that a Prompt for user Input doesn't work because it looses focus on the popup.
I can see "key detection without losing focus" being useful in other situations as well.