Action keys and Translate Host Action Keys

Both you (in the Default Response input field) and the user (in the input field of the Prompt window) can use action keys (such as [enterreset], and so on) as you would in the String field of an Input action (see Input string).

The Translate Host Action Keys list box and its effect are exactly like the Translate Host Action Keys list box in the Input action (see Translate host action keys (xlatehostkeys attribute)). If you set this list box to true, which is the default value, then the macro runtime interprets an action key string (such as [enter]) as an action key rather than as a literal string.