Creating a hot key for Teamspeak using keyboard sharing (Input director)

  Yowzer 16:56 03 Jan 15
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Hi guys, I'm not sure if it's possible but I would like to use a hotkey on my desktop pc to activate the push to talk in teamspeak on my laptop via wifi.

I am using my main gaming pc to play which I do not have a mic for, i have worked around it by using my laptop (with built in mic) as a second screen sharing the input of my main keyboard and mouse using input director, the only thing i cant figure out is how i can set a hot key on my main pc to activate the push to talk in teamspeak on my laptop without having to move my mouse over to the laptop first. I know it would be easier to get a headset but i'm curious now, and using voice activation is not practical. Any ideas?

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