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Re: Why not use F2 and F9-F12 ? (but only F3-F8)

Posted: 2019-04-08, 18:42 UTC
by petermad
2yiuimex
That's the beauty of TC - you can just make an external command (em_command) for whatever you want and then assign it to F11 or F12.

For example:

Make this entry in your usercmd.ini file:

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[em_compmgmt]
cmd=compmgmt.msc /s
menu=Computer Management
And put this code in the [Shortcuts] section of your wincmd.ini file:

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F11=em_compmgmt
Now you can start the computer Management (MSC) by pressing F11

Re: Why not use F2 and F9-F12 ? (but only F3-F8)

Posted: 2019-08-29, 02:50 UTC
by yiuimex
petermad wrote:
2019-04-08, 18:42 UTC
That's the beauty of TC - you can just make an external command (em_command) for whatever you want and then assign it to F11 or F12.

For example:

Make this entry in your usercmd.ini file:

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[em_compmgmt]
cmd=compmgmt.msc /s
menu=Computer Management
And put this code in the [Shortcuts] section of your wincmd.ini file:

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F11=em_compmgmt
Now you can start the computer Management (MSC) by pressing F11
WOW :!:

can i use all F-Key :?:
Shift, Ctrl. Alt :?:

Re: Why not use F2 and F9-F12 ? (but only F3-F8)

Posted: 2019-08-29, 04:49 UTC
by petermad
2yiuimex
can i use all F-Key :?:
Shift, Ctrl. Alt :?:
Yes. Once you have made the em_command in your usercmd.ini file, you can assign it via: "Configuration" -> "Options..." -> "Misc." -> "Redefine hotkeys (Keyboard remapping)".