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Change Default Macro Hotkeys?


TsunamiZ
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is there a way to change the scope of one of these macros so that it won't work when a specific program is in focus [to prevent program hotkey conflicts]?
Have you tried the Global Except scope option?

It won't let me change scope for default macro hotkeys [in the *Unassinged* folder]...

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Your only option short of shutting down the program or changing the hotkey, is to suspend Macro Express. This can be done by right clicking on the System Tray icon and selecting Suspend Macro Express. To start Macro Express back up, right click on the system tray icon and select Resume Macro Express. The hotkey for this action is Cntrl+Alt+Shift+U

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