Shortcuts allow us to be much more productive with our computers. At a press of a key combination we have instant access to functions we8217d otherwise have to hunt down on toolbars menus and submenus. However not all apps come with shortcut keys and even if they do they may not do the things you want them to. In this tutorial we make use of AutoHotKey to write a simple script to enable different shortcuts depending on the active window8217s name. This way you can easily create keyboard shortcuts for almost every app. Creating a basic script 8230 Read more.
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