The new command %send_tab% is to send TAB commands to the foreground program, so text forms can be filled better and faster.
In short, a tabular command is sent at the place of the placeholder %send_tab% to the active foreground program. Thus you can fill in several form fields at once with predefined text. This function is available from QuickTextPaste version 3.33!
1.) ... Working with the tab command and paste!
2.) ... does it work in Internet Explorer or Edge under Windows 10?
I would like to explain the work with auto filling of form fields with some pictures and an effective example!
First, create an auto-tab and paste (command) for QuickTextPaste for example:
First Name1%send_tab%Last Name1%send_tab%045645663575%send_tab%045645663575%send_tab%PassPass
and for example the Keyboard Shortcut Alt Gr + T and click the Button Add. (... see Image-1)
Now for the explanation, %send_tab% causes QuickTextPaste to send the text in front of the placeholder via paste command to the foreground program via the clipboard. Then a tab command is sent (keyboard simulation), and so on until the complete text has been processed.
The %send_tab% placeholder always ensures that QuickTextPaste sent after sending the text via paste command, send the TAB key command to the active window (keyboard simulation).
This allows you to fill form fields via QuickText Paste and the Windows clipboard.
Automating can save you a lot of time.
Here is the use in Chrome and the registration on the FaceBook page (... see Image-1)
It is independent of which program you use, so you can also use the Internet Explorer or MS Edge tab command.
Whether it's Windows 10, Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, QuickTextPaste does not interest either. It is simply sends TAB and paste to the programs. And also for other versions of MS-Windows, it always works!
Here are no limits to use this nice TAB automation function.
It is possible from QuickTextPaste version 3.33!
FAQ 19: Updated on: December 21th 2016 15:53