Version 1.1 is out now!See my post here for details!The best change is that now you can set a Global Hotkey for absolutely ANY TextWorx Command!You can also customize the hotkeys for the TexWorx Menu and the TextWorx Toolbar!
When you assign hotkeys to TextWorx commands, though, be sure and think about how TextWorx uses shift
as modifier keys for the commands - and TextWorx will honour those even if you use them for the hotkey - so there may some conflict.
You might want to use win
alone for your hotkeys, and save ctrl
for it's command usage.
What I mean is this: Say you use 201 "encase" for a hotkey. If you use the shift
key in your hotkey, it will only ever remove quotes because shift
changes the command to reverse.
So, for commands that work on both lines and in reverse, you are best not to use control
in the hotkey. Also, beware of using alt
in your hotkeys, because alt often times invokes a windows own menu. For commands that do not use the shift
modifiers, you can freely use those modifiers in your command hotkeys.
Using hotkeys for commands is a little experimental right now, so it might not always work as expected yet. Consider it a beta feature for now.