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  1. There are some keyboard layouts, which don't have special characters (e.g. Slovak or Czech) like pipe or backslash. Since such characters can't be single-pressed on keyboard, I was thinking about writing inside the QUACK file.txt file some specific code with ALT encoding, .e.g STRING command1 ALT 124 STRING command2 which would simply be written as command1 | command2 Unfortunately, I'm unable to write such ALT 124 key combination. Is this approach possible with Bash Bunny?
  2. I want to create a couple of new keyboard layouts for the community. I downloaded USBlyzer, so that I could observe the key codes for all the keys on my keyboard. On Czech keyboard, some special characters need "special attention". For example, pipe character is not present, unless I press "leftCtrl+leftAlt+w". Once I do that, I can see the code in USBlyzer: 05 00 1a 00 00 00 00 00 So far so good. I went to /languages/us.json, made a copy, named it cz.json, and changed pipe line accordingly: "|":"05,00,1a" Then I created this simple payload.txt to see if it is pressed (I have Czech layout turned on) ATTACKMODE HID STORAGE DUCKY_LANG cz QUACK STRING bla\|aa When I tried this, I can only see "blaaa" string being shown, no pipe character is present. Note that when I change DUCK_LANG to "us" it works and writes pipe character as expected. Am I missing something, or Bash Bunny has some issues with running these commands?
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