Using QuicKeys is easy. Just tell QuicKeys what shortcut you would like to create and then trigger that shortcut with a hot key, toolbar, timer, specified application event or even speech command. Whether you need to create multi-step shortcuts, store or retrieve text and images, reformat text, select menus, run UNIX commands, automate e-mail correspondence or connect to file servers, you can make it happen in a snap with a QuicKeys shortcut.
Even though QuicKeys requires no programming to use it still has incredible power. With QuicKeys advanced Logic
What's new in this version:
- Fixed crash that could prevent launching QuicKeys under Mac OS X 10.5.
- Worked around issue in Mac OS X 10.5 & 10.6 where other applications could crash if QuicKeys interacted with their contextual menus.
- Fixed issue where hot keys could stop working until QuicKeys was re-launched.
- Fixed crash that could occur when defining a pop-up button action.
- Fixed issue with QuicKeys too aggressively handling certain copied data.
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