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Keyboard Shortcut - Go to the Next Page in Google Search Results
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If you use Google Search a lot, scrolling and clicking to bring up the next page of results can be a real pain. Using the "Run AutoHotkey code" command in ShortKeeper (with the following script) will allow you to easily create a keyboard shortcut to do this without having to use your mouse.

Need help creating a keyboard shortcut with ShortKeeper using the following AutoHotkey code? This 5-minute tutorial will help!
LastTitleMatchMode := A_TitleMatchMode
SetTitleMatchMode 2
if WinActive("Google Search")
{
  Send ^l
  Sleep 200
  SendInput javascript: document.getElementById("pnnext").click()
  Sleep 200
  Send {enter}
}
SetTitleMatchMode %LastTitleMatchMode%

This script was last tested on February 19, 2018 with Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, and Chrome.

The instructions to go to the next page (lines #5 to #9) will be executed only if the active window title includes "Google Search".

If ever Google changes the way its search webpage works, this script may stop working. Please report any problems here. This will allow someone to correct the script. Just subscribe to this thread to be notified of any updates.
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