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KbStuffer Ver 1.0 - OS/2 Full Screen KeyBoard Buffer Stuffer which allows the stuffing of keystroke data into any currently running OS/2 Full Screen Session.

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KbStuffer Version 1.0 August 1993
KbStuffer is an OS/2 Full Screen KeyBoard
Buffer Stuffer which allows the stuffing of
keystroke data into any currently running OS/2
Full Screen Session.


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KbStuffer

Version 1.0


Copyright 1993, William L. Moussiaux
All Rights Reserved






















Published by:

William L. Moussiaux
1839 LawnView Drive
Frederick, Maryland 21702


Fax (301) 662-3909
CompuServe Id 72623,3533





Table of Contents

Table of Contents....................................................2
Introduction.........................................................3
License Agreement and Warranty Disclaimer............................4
Definition of Shareware..............................................6
Registration Information.............................................7
Full Registration...............................................7
Lite Registration...............................................7
Site Registration...............................................7
Parameters for KbStuffer.............................................8
Summary of Parameters...........................................8
/?- Display Help................................................8
/D# - Change Monitor Read/Write Delay...........................8
/L - Log Messages...............................................8
/M# - Change Shared Memory Size.................................8
/NC - Turn Colors Off...........................................9
/P# - Change Printer Port.......................................9
/S# - Change Scan Code Set......................................9
/X - Display Extra Messages.....................................9
Main Screen.........................................................10
Help Menu...........................................................11
[B]ug Report...................................................11
[C]ontrol Key List.............................................11
[M]emory Information...........................................11
[P]arameters...................................................12
[R]egister.....................................................12
[S]yntax Help..................................................12
[T]urn Options On/Off..........................................13
[C]olors..................................................13
[E]xtra Information Displayed.............................13
[L]og All Messages To Disk................................13
[P]rinter Port............................................14
[Q]uit On/Off Menu........................................14
[Q]uit Help Menu...............................................14
Sending Data to KbStuffer...........................................15
Using Stuffer.exe..............................................15
Stuffing data to another OS/2 Session.....................15
Control Codes.......................................................16
Multiple Keys..................................................16
Special Case Control Codes.....................................17
Summary...................................................17
WT# - Wait for # Milliseconds.............................17
WK# - Wait Between all Keystrokes.........................17
QU - Quit KbStuffer Program...............................17
QE - Quit KbStuffer Program and EXIT......................17
AE - ALT and ESC Key Sequence.............................18
CE - CTRL and ESC Key Sequence............................18
CM - Close Monitors.......................................18









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Scan Codes..........................................................19
Using Shared Memory and System Semaphores...........................20
To send keystroke data to KbStuffer............................20
To attach to shared memory.....................................20
To place data into KbStuffer's shared memory...................20
Appendix A - Control Key Codes......................................21
Appendix B - Scan Code Numbers......................................22
Appendix C - Known Problems With KbStuffer..........................23
Appendix D - Shared Memory and Semaphores...........................24
Appendix E - Future Releases........................................25













































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Introduction

KbStuffer is an OS/2 Full Screen Keyboard Buffer Stuffer. Keystroke data can
be stuffed into the current OS/2 Session's keyboard buffer, or any other
currently running OS/2 Full Screen Session.

Keystroke data can be placed into the keyboard buffer:
* By using the supplied program, Stuffer.exe.
* By tapping into KbStuffer through shared memory and system semaphores.

To start KbStuffer, type KbStuff [ENTER] at an OS/2 Full Screen or OS/2
Windowed Prompt.

KbStuffer will not stuff data to an OS/2 Windowed Session, DOS Session or a
PM application.

The registered version of KbStuffer may be detached. If running KbStuffer in
detached mode, using the /L option is recommended to create a log file of any
messages generated by KbStuffer.






































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License Agreement and Warranty Disclaimer

Please read the following terms and conditions. Use of this software
constitutes your acceptance of these terms and conditions, and your agreement
to abide by them. If you do not agree with them, do not use the software.

You are hereby licensed to use the Shareware Version of KbStuffer for a 30 day
evaluation period. Please make as many copies of the Shareware Version of this
software and documentation as you wish. Give exact copies of the original
Shareware Version to anyone and distribute the Shareware Version of KbStuffer
and documentation in its unmodified form via electronic means. There is no
charge of any of the above.

You are specifically prohibited from charging, or requesting donations, for
any copies, however made, and from distributing the software and/or
documentation with other products (commercial or otherwise) without prior
written permission, with one exception:
Disk Vendors approved by the Association of Shareware professionals (ASP)
are permitted to redistribute KbStuffer, subject to the conditions in this
license, without specific written permission.

This software is covered by United Stated Copyright law and international
treaty conventions. For the Registration price you are granted a license to
use the product subject to the following terms and conditions:

1. The registered version of KbStuffer will only be used by a single person
who uses the software on one or more computers or to a single workstation
used by multiple people.

2. A separate "site license" and fee is required if the registered version of
KbStuffer is to be run on more then one machine by more than one person.
Accessing the registered version of KbStuffer through a Local Area Network
(or similar artifact) by multiple people on multiple machines, also
requires a "site license".

3. The programs and other files contained with the registered version of
KbStuffer may not be duplicated or copied except for archival purposes,
installation on the operational machines as outlined above, or to replace
defective media.

4. Any copies must bear the copyright notices contained in the original
product.

5. No copies of the registered version of KbStuffer may be produced for sale
to third parties or for any purpose other than given above. The registered
version of KbStuffer software may not be placed on any bulletin board or
other electronic systems where others can download the software program.










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6. This license may be transferred to a third party, provided the third party
agrees to all the terms of this licensing agreement, and all copies are
transferred to the new licensee or destroyed by the original licensee. We
reserve the right to assess a small charge to process the change in
registration.

7. Registering of KbStuffer does not transfer any right, title, or interest in
KbStuffer or the associated programs, except as specifically set forth in
this agreement.

8. This Agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws
of the state of Maryland. Any action taken by either party relating to this
agreement shall be brought only in a State or Federal Court in
Frederick, Maryland.

9. If any provision of this Agreement is found to be invalid, or unenforceable,
it will not affect the validity of the balance of the Agreement.

10. This software is provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind. The
entire risk is assumed by the purchaser. Under no circumstances shall the
licenser be held liable for more than the purchase price of the product.
If the media proves defective it will be replaced.



































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Definition of Shareware

Shareware distribution gives users a chance to try software before buying it.
If you try a Shareware program and continue using it, you are expected to
register. Individual programs differ on details -- some request registration
while others require it, some specify a maximum trial period. With
registration, you get anything from the simple right to continue using the
software to an updated program with printed manual.

Copyright laws apply to both Shareware and Commercial Software, and the
copyright holder retains all rights, with a few specific exceptions as stated
below. Shareware authors are accomplished programmers, just like commercial
authors, and the programs are of comparable quality. (In both cases, there are
good programs and bad ones.) The main difference is in the method of
distribution. The author specifically grants the right to copy and distribute
the software, either to all and sundry or to a specific group. For example,
some authors require written permission before a commercial disk vendor may
copy their Shareware.

Shareware is a distribution method, not a type of software. You should find
software that suits your needs and pocketbook, whether it's Commercial or
Shareware. The Shareware system makes fitting your needs easier, because you
can try before you buy. And because the overhead is low, prices are low also.
Shareware has the ultimate money-back guarantee -- if you don't use the
product, you don't pay for it.


You are encouraged to pass a copy of the unregistered version of KbStuffer
along to your friends for evaluation. Please encourage them to register their
copy if they find that they can use it.



























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Registration Information

KbStuffer is Shareware. You are allowed to try KbStuffer for a period not to
exceed 30 days. After such time if you decided you like KbStuffer, you must
register your copy. KbStuffer registration comes in three different forms.
Please see the file Register.frm for a complete list of registration prices.


Full Registration

A full registration of KbStuffer is available for fifty dollars ($50) in
U.S.A. Funds. For the registration price you will receive:
1. A disk containing the latest registered version of KbStuffer. This
registered version does not contain any Shareware Registration information.
Therefore the registered version of KbStuffer will be somewhat smaller
and faster.
2. A printed users manual for KbStuffer.
3. Free updates of KbStuffer for one year from date of registration.
4. Free technical support by phone, fax, mail and CompuServe.


Lite Registration

A lite registration of KbStuffer is also available for thirty dollars ($30) in
U.S.A. Funds. For the registration price you will receive:
1. A registration code to register your copy of KbStuffer using Register.exe.
2. Update notifications of KbStuffer for one year from date of registration.
The update notification will inform you that a new version of KbStuffer is
available and where it may be found. Along with the update notification,
you will receive a new registration code for the new version of KbStuffer.
3. Free technical support by phone, fax, mail and CompuServe.


Site Registration

If KbStuffer is to be utilized on more than one machine by more than one person
or accessed on a Local Area Network (or similar artifact) by multiple people on
multiple machines, a "site license" is required.

Please see the file Register.frm for pricing on "site licensing" for KbStuffer.

For a site registration of KbStuffer you will receive:
1. A disk containing the latest version of KbStuffer.
2. A printed users manual for KbStuffer (Extra program disks and manuals are
available).
3. Free updates of KbStuffer for one year from date of registration.
4. Free technical support by phone, fax, mail and CompuServe.










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Parameters for KbStuffer

All command line parameters for KbStuffer are case insensitive. Either a
forward slash '/' or a minus sign '-' can be used for all parameters
(Ex. /? or -?)


Summary of Parameters

/? - Display Help
/D# - Change Monitor Read/Write Delay
/L - Log All Message To Disk
/M# - Change Shared Memory Size
/NC - Turn Colors Off
/P# - Change Printer Port (LPT1 thru LPT3 or disk)
/S# - Change Scan Code Set (1 thru 3)
/X - Display Extra Messages


/? - Display Help
Syntax - KbStuff /?
Default - N/A

Activates KbStuffer's on-line help system.


/D# - Change Monitor Read/Write Delay
Syntax - KbStuff /D20
Default - 10 Milliseconds

If keystroke data placements are too slow, decrease this setting. To fine tune
system performance, increase this setting to free more processing time.


/L - Log Messages
Syntax - KbStuff /L
Default - Off

To keep a log of all messages (Warning, Error and Debugging), turn this option
on. All messages are saved to the file KbStuff.log in the current working
directory. All messages are still displayed on the screen. This is a useful
option for debugging or when KbStuffer has been run in the detached mode.


/M# - Change Shared Memory Size
Syntax - KbStuff /M1024
Default - 4096 Bytes

KbStuffer receives keystrokes data in shared memory. The size of this shared
memory can be changed to a larger, or smaller size to suit various needs.
It is recommend to change the shared memory in 16 byte increments.






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/NC - Turn Colors Off
Syntax - KbStuff /NC
Default - On

Messages are displayed using various colors to highlight Error and Warning
messages. Setting the No Color Option will force all messages to be displayed
in the standard white on black display.


/P# - Change Printer Port
Syntax - KbStuff /P2
Default - LPT1

Temporarily changes the printer port KbStuffer uses.
Valid entries are:
/P1 - LPT1
/P2 - LPT2
/P3 - LPT3
/P4 - Redirects all information to the ASCII text file KbStuff.ptr


/S# - Change Scan Code Set
Syntax - KbStuff /S3
Default - Scan Code Set 1

If passed keystrokes are displayed as different characters or not at all, try
selecting one of the other Scan Code Sets.
Note: KbStuffer only supports the English Keyboard Character Set. If requests
are made for other languages, they will be incorporated into future releases
of KbStuffer.

Valid entries are:
/S1 - Use Scan Code Set 1 (Default)
/S2 - Use Scan Code Set 2
/S3 - Use Scan Code Set 3


/X - Display Extra Messages
Syntax - KbStuff /X
Default - Off

When this option is set, extra information is displayed on the screen about
the current execution of KbStuffer. These messages contain information such as
which data was received from Shared Memory and the keystroke currently being
stuffed into a Keyboard Buffer.
These messages are quite useful when debugging passed keystroke information.











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Main Screen

Upon running the unregistered version of KbStuffer, the Main Screen will be
displayed along with one or several registration messages.
To continue, press the dollar sign '$' key. The registered version of KbStuffer
does not display these registration messages.

\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
| KbStuffer - Version 1.0 August 1993 |
| Copyright 1993, William L. Moussiaux All Rights Reserved |
| Press [?] For Help, [Q] to Quit KbStuffer |
| |
| |
| The theoretical foundation of how Shareware works is twofold: |
| |
| First, the assumption is made that most people prefer to be honest, and |
| that if they are trusted, they will honor that trust. |
| |
| The second part of the foundation is that, as copyright holder, the |
| author may voluntarily suspend some of his rights for a limited period |
| of time. After the specified time period, someone who continues to use |
| the software is in violation of domestic and international copyright laws. |
| |
| |
| Press [$] To Continue |
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------\


KbStuffer's Main Screen displays various messages (Error, Warning and
Informative). These messages are displayed in different colors depending on
the message type and are scrolled within the Main Screen.

\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
| KbStuffer - Version 1.0 August 1993 |
| Copyright 1993, William L. Moussiaux All Rights Reserved |
| Press [?] For Help, [Q] to Quit KbStuffer |
| |
| Using Option - Display Extra Information |
| Using Option - Log All Messages To KbStuff.log |
| Shared Memory Size 4096 Bytes |
| Got [6] [3] [[XX]] From Shared Memory |
| Thread[0] Doing Control Character [XX] |
| Warning - Thread[0] Passed Invalid Control Code [XX] |
| |
| |
| |
| |
| |
| |
| |
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------\






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Help Menu

KbStuffer's Help System may be activated by pressing '?' from the Main Screen.
Options available from the Help Menu are:

\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
| KbStuffer - Version 1.0 August 1993 |
| Copyright 1993, William L. Moussiaux All Rights Reserved |
| Press [?] For Help, [Q] to Quit KbStuffer |
| |
| Select Help Option |
| |
| [B]ug/Comments Form |
| [C]ontrol Key List |
| [M]emory Information |
| [P]arameters |
| [R]egister |
| [S]yntax Help |
| [T]urn Options On/Off |
| [Q]uit Help Menu |
| |
| |
| |
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------\


[B]ug/Comments Form

To simplify correspondence regarding comments or bugs with KbStuffer, a
pre-generated form is supplied. This form may be viewed and/or printed at
this Help Option.


[C]ontrol Key List

Displays a list of valid Control Codes for use with KbStuffer. The list may be
viewed and/or printed at this Help Option.


[M]emory Information

This option displays and optionally prints the system semaphores and shared
memory used by KbStuffer.














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[P]arameters

Displays and optionally prints a list of valid command line parameters for
KbStuffer.


[R]egister

Displays information on registering KbStuffer. This form may be viewed and/or
printed.


[S]yntax Help

Lists and/or prints examples of passing keystroke data to KbStuffer.










































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[T]urn Options On/Off

This option displays a menu listing several options that may be
turn on or off at anytime along with there current state.


\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
| KbStuffer - Version 1.0 August 1993 |
| Copyright 1993, William L. Moussiaux All Rights Reserved |
| Press [?] For Help, [Q] to Quit KbStuffer |
| |
| Run Time Options |
| |
| [C]olors On |
| [E]xtra Information Displayed Off |
| [L]og All Messages To Disk Off |
| [P]rinter Port LPT1 |
| [Q]uit On/Off Menu |
| |
| |
| |
| |
| |
| |
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------\


[C]olors

Default - On

Turn color messages on or off.


[E]xtra Information Displayed

Default - Off

Turn on or off the displaying of extra information about the current
operation of KbStuffer.


[L]og All Messages To Disk

Default - Off

Toggle on or off the logging of messages produced by KbStuffer to disk.
Note: Message are save in the current directory in the file KbStuffer.log.









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[P]rinter Port

Default - LPT1

Temporarily changes the printer port KbStuffer uses.
Valid entries are:
/P1 - LPT1
/P2 - LPT2
/P3 - LPT3
/P4 - Redirects all information to the ASCII text file KbStuff.ptr.


[Q]uit On/Off Menu

Return to KbStuffer's Help Menu


[Q]uit Help Menu

Exits the Help Menu and returns to KbStuffer's Main Screen.





































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Sending Data to KbStuffer

Using Stuffer.exe
To stuff alpha-numerical keys into a keyboard buffer, enter the desired keys
on the command line.

Example:
Stuffer dir <--- Output dir
Stuffer abcd1234 <--- Output abcd1234


None alpha-numerical keys such as ENTER, ALT, CTRL and SHIFT are considered
Control Keys (See Appendix A). To stuff a Control Key into the keyboard
buffer, enter the Control Key Code surrounded by square brackets '[ ]'.

Example:
Stuffer [ET] <--- Output ENTER Key
Stuffer [SB] <--- Output SPACE BAR

Examples of Alpha-Numerical keys and Control Keys:
Stuffer dir[ET] <--- Output dir ENTER
Stuffer This[SB]Is[SB]A[SB]Test <--- Output This Is A Test


Multiple key strokes must include a plus sign '+' between keys and all keys
must be surrounded by square brackets '[ ]'.

Example:
Stuffer [AL+a] <--- Output Left ALT & a
Stuffer [CL+SL+F1] <--- Output Left CTRL, Left SHIFT & F1 Keys


To stuff a capital letter, either pass the capitalized letter or the letter
and a SHIFT key.

Example:
Stuffer ABC <--- Output ABC
Stuffer [SL+a][SL+b][SL+c] <--- Output ABC
Stuffer [email protected]# <--- Output [email protected]#
Stuffer [SL+1][SL+2][SL+3] <--- Output [email protected]#


Stuffing data to another OS/2 Session

To stuff keystroke data to an OS/2 Full Screen Session other than the current
one, pass the session Id on the command line of Stuffer.exe.

The session Id can be optioned by using GetId.exe supplied with KbStuffer.

Example:
GetId returned 8.
Stuffer /8 dir[ET] <--- Output dir ENTER (In the selected session)





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Control Codes

KbStuffer categorizes keystroke data into two categories.
1. Alpha-numeric and punctuation (Ex. a - z, 0 - 9, + - : ' etc.)
2. Control Codes (Ex. SHIFT, ALT, ENTER, TAB, F1 etc.)

A Control Code is a two character abbreviation for a key. A Control Code must
be surrounded by square brackets '[ ]'.


Example:
[AL] <--- Output Left ALT Key
[SR] <--- Output Right SHIFT Key
[TA] <--- Output TAB Key
[WU] <--- Output Up Arrow Key
[N7] <--- Output Number Pad 7 Key


Multiple Keys

To stuff multiple keystrokes (one or more of which is/are Control Code(s)),
separate the keystrokes with a plus sign '+' and surround all the keystrokes
with a set of square brackets '[ ]'.

Example:
[CL+FA] <--- Output Left CTRL and F10 Keys
[AR+x] <--- Output Right ALT & x Keys
[CL+AL+DE] <--- Output Left CTRL, Left ALT & DELETE Keys





























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Special Case Control Codes

KbStuffer incorporates special Control Codes that alter keystroke data
placement.


Summary
WT# - Wait for # Milliseconds
WK# - Wait for # Milliseconds between all keystrokes.
QU - Exit the KbStuffer Program.
QE - Exit the KbStuffer Program and EXIT the session.
AE - ALT and ESC Key Sequence.
CE - CTRL and ESC Key Sequence.
CM - Close Monitors


WT# - Wait for # Milliseconds
Syntax - [WT30] Wait for 30 Milliseconds

The WT# Control Code forces KbStuffer to pause for the specified time
(in milliseconds) before processing the next keystroke.
An example of using this pause action would be to give the user time to read
screen output.


WK# - Wait Between all Keystrokes
Syntax - [WT10] Wait for 10 Milliseconds

WK# pauses for the specified time (in milliseconds) between every keystroke
before processing the next keystroke. The WK# Control Code may be invoked
multiple time to vary the delay between keystrokes.
Passing [WK0] will reset KbStuffer to no delay between keystrokes.
When running KbStuffer on a fast machine, the WK# option may have to be used
to avoid losing keystroke data.


QU - Quit KbStuffer Program
Syntax [QU]

Passing QU will cause KbStuffer to clean-up and exit. Any keystroke data
following QU will not be processed.


QE - Quit KbStuffer Program and EXIT
Syntax [QE]

QE is similar to QU except an EXIT is run in the OS/2 Session KbStuffer was
executing in, there by ending the session.









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AE - ALT and ESC Key Sequence
Syntax [AE]

Executes the ALT+ESC key sequence. The action takes place in the current
foreground session.


CE - CTRL and ESC Key Sequence
Syntax [CE]

Executes the CTRL+ESC key sequence. The action takes place in the current
foreground session.


CM - Close Monitors
Syntax [CM]

KbStuffer creates a new Keyboard Monitor for each new OS/2 Session it works
with. Use this Control Code to close all Keyboard Monitors current being
used by KbStuffer.





































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Scan Codes

Alpha-numeral keystrokes may also be passed to KbStuffer by sending the key's
Scan Code instead of the key's character (see Appendix B). This option was
added for passing of sensitive data like passwords.

Note: Information about Scan Codes only appears in this document. Scan Code
Information is not mentioned in KbStuffer's on-line help for security reasons.

To pass a key's Scan Code, surround the 3 digit Scan Code Number with square
brackets '[ ]'.

Example:
Stuffer [031][050][048] <--- Output abc
Stuffer [046][003][004] <--- Output 123










































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Using Shared Memory and System Semaphores

The sub-directory STUFFER contains the source code for Stuffer.exe.
Stuffer.c is a detailed example of using shared memory and system semaphores
to send keystroke data to KbStuffer. See Appendix E for a list of Shared Memory
and System Semaphore Names.


To send keystroke data to KbStuffer

1. Attach to the shared memory and system semaphores.
2. Place keystroke data into shared memory.


To attach to shared memory

1. Open the shared memory InUse semaphore.
2. Open the shared memory DataWaiting semaphore.
3. Wait for the InUse semaphore to clear, signaling the shared memory has
been created by KbStuffer.
4. Get the address of KbStuffer's shared memory.
5. Turn the shared memory address into a pointer.


To place data into KbStuffer's shared memory

1. Get the Id of the OS/2 Session the data will be stuffed into.
2. Wait for the shared memory to be cleared using the InUse semaphore
3. Place keystroke data into shared memory.
4. Clear the InUse semaphore.
5. Clear the DataWaiting semaphore, signaling that there is data waiting in
shared memory.

























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Appendix A - Control Key Codes

All Control Key Codes For KbStuffer are case insensitive.

BS - BACKSPACE Key N/ - Number Pad /
ET - ENTER Key N* - Number Pad *
ES - ESC Key N- - Number Pad -
SB - SPACE BAR N+ - Number Pad +
TB - TAB Key NE - Number Pad ENTER
N. - Number Pad .
AL - Left ALT Key N0 - Number Pad 0
AR - Right ALT Key N1 - Number Pad 1
CL - Left CTRL Key N2 - Number Pad 2
CR - Right CTRL Key N3 - Number Pad 3
SL - Left SHIFT Key N4 - Number Pad 4
SR - Right SHIFT Key N5 - Number Pad 5
N6 - Number Pad 6
F1 - F1 Function Key N7 - Number Pad 7
F2 - F2 Function Key N8 - Number Pad 8
F3 - F3 Function Key N9 - Number Pad 9
F4 - F4 Function Key
F5 - F5 Function Key WT - Wait For # milliseconds
F6 - F6 Function Key WK - Every Key Wait # ms
F7 - F7 Function Key
F8 - F8 Function Key AC - ALT+ESC Key Sequence
F9 - F9 Function Key CE - CTRL+ESC Key Sequence
FA - F10 Function Key
FB - F11 Function Key QU - Quit KbStuffer
FC - F12 Function Key QE - Quit KbStuffer and EXIT
CM - Close Monitors



























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Appendix B - Scan Code Numbers


Scan Codes by Key


Key Code Key Code Code Key Code Key
------------------------- --------------------------
A 031 | S 032 002 1 | 025 O
B 050 | T 021 003 2 | 026 P
C 048 | U 023 004 3 | 031 A
D 033 | V 049 005 4 | 032 S
E 019 | W 018 006 5 | 033 D
F 034 | X 047 007 6 | 034 F
G 035 | W 022 008 7 | 035 G
H 036 | Z 046 009 8 | 036 H
I 024 | 1 002 010 9 | 037 J
J 037 | 2 003 011 0 | 038 K
K 038 | 3 004 017 Q | 039 L
L 039 | 4 005 018 W | 046 Z
M 052 | 5 006 019 E | 047 X
N 051 | 6 007 020 R | 048 C
O 025 | 7 008 021 T | 049 V
P 026 | 8 009 022 Y | 050 B
Q 017 | 9 010 023 U | 051 N
R 020 | 0 011 024 I | 052 M































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Appendix C - Known Problems With KbStuffer

Stuffing dir/p[ET] to the keyboard buffer will lock up the computer. This will
also happen if the environment variable DIRCMD is set with the /p option.


To stuff a quote " using Stuffer.exe, use the following syntax
Stuffer \"
Stuffer \"Hello\"


The Print Screen and Pause/Break keys will not work with this version of
KbStuffer to avoid system crashes and unexpected occurrences.

Passing Control S to a command line prompt is not recommended. This could
cause the session to lock out any further keystroke input.









































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Appendix D - Shared Memory and Semaphores

Note: Shared Memory and System Semaphores are case sensitive.

Shared Memory InUse Semaphore "/Sem/WLM/KbStuff/InUseSem."
Shared Memory DataWaiting Semaphore "/Sem/WLM/KbStuff/DataWaitSem."
Shared Memory Name "/ShareMem/WLM/KbStuff/Buffer."


















































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Appendix E - Future Releases

Future releases of KbStuffer will include:
* The ability to stuff to PM applications.
* 32-bit code.
* Multiple Keyboard language support.
* Your comments and suggestions.


















































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