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  • How Hot Keys work?

    Anybody knows how Hot Keys work?

    Documentation sais almost anything about. I add to New button, for example, the key N, but what I must to press to get it working? Or most important, is working?
    /Giuseppe

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    You put in a key letter e.g. "F" -- it must be uppercase

    The hot key is then Alt+Shift+F

    EDIT - actually, uppercase is a generalisation. Whatever key you want to use, it will be the symbol that would appear if you pressed SHIFT. So for a to z - you supply A to Z, for "1" it will be "!" etc (but you would tell the user its ALT+SHIFT+1)
    Last edited by adz1111; 05-14-2015, 12:08 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by adz1111 View Post
      You put in a key letter e.g. "F" -- it must be uppercase

      The hot key is then Alt+Shift+F
      I swear I tried almost every combination, ALT+SHIFT included :/

      Thanks
      /Giuseppe

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      • #4
        See my edit above too

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        • #5
          EDIT - actually, uppercase is a generalisation. Whatever key you want to use, it will be the symbol that would appear if you pressed SHIFT. So for a to z - you supply A to Z, for "1" it will be "!" etc
          Interesting, but this has some sense for something?

          I tried with "1" and "!" and both works with ALT+SHIFT+1
          /Giuseppe

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          • #6
            yes - seems a little strange.

            I also noticed if you put in lowercase letter, SC uppercases it. Maybe it does the same with numbers, i.e. you type a "1" and on a save / generate it changes it to a "!" ? Not tried that though...

            :-)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by adz1111 View Post
              yes - seems a little strange.

              I also noticed if you put in lowercase letter, SC uppercases it. Maybe it does the same with numbers, i.e. you type a "1" and on a save / generate it changes it to a "!" ? Not tried that though...

              :-)
              No, stills 1
              /Giuseppe

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