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cyberchief
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You could create a macro that does nothing, then assign that to the hotkey(s).

 

An example would be a macro that only has one line:

 

Delay 6ms

 

or even just a Remark (comment).

 

In addition, you should also use the Scope field to limit the hotkey to only certain programs or windows.

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You could create a macro that does nothing, then assign that to the hotkey(s).

 

An example would be a macro that only has one line:

 

Delay 6ms

 

or even just a Remark (comment).

 

In addition, you should also use the Scope field to limit the hotkey to only certain programs or windows.

Actually, my intention is to allow the Ctrl-C to send highlighted text to the Clipboard... but thinking about that now... I could just set up a macro to do just that. Hmmm....

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Cyberchief -

 

For testing situations I use Ctrl+1, 2, ,3 ... top row of the keyboard. Technically I start with Ctrl+' (Control Tilde) because I can activate it with just my left hand ... being the lazy sort that I am.

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