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Quick launch from CPU-keyboard


rantta

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I made some quick launch buttons to my computer (mac + Logitech G15). Now I have 18 hotkeys for launching commands to HC2. There is three memory banks, so there is actually 54 hot keys. Because I made apps which actually launches the http-requests, the apps are also usable via Spotlight. And via Dropbox they are synced on all computers (macs).

But does someone know, how could I make same kind of hot keys for windows machine? Wget or something equivalent via .cmd? How to make it triggerable with hotkeys?

And - on windows machine this should get done wit regular keyboard without G-buttons and Logitech's manager.

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quick-and-dirty.

1) Put shortcut for your cmd/bat on desktop.

2) Rigth-click on it, properties, go to "shortcut" tab.

3) You can see "shortcut key" there

4) Assign keyboard combination (ctrl-shift-alt-I, for example)

Profit!

for G15:

5) program you G key to act as ctrl-shift-alt-I (via direct record or via software)

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6) repeat...

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As far I can remeber you can assosiate cmd directly with G key thru logitech soft..

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p.s. best way to run HTTP request from windows command file is CURL

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  • Thanks, I like it quick and dirty

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