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The Hotkeys trigger allows a quick "keyboard shortcut" access to the most popular actions and some service operations. Using the hotkeys is the standard alternative way of control the programs in addition to using the mouse, and this way of control is the most preferred by IT professionals and advanced users.
All hotkeys provided by Actual Tools programs can be divided into the following categories:
Please note that all key combinations mentioned here can be customized to reflect better your habits and preferences.
The following key combinations are provided by default to invoke the action of a certain title button/window menu item:
If the invoked action has customizable parameters then their actual values will be taken from the corresponding title button settings.
The physical layout of keys 1..9 of the numpad (numeric keypad) naturally fits as the 9 pre-defined positions of the Align action (<Num7> corresponds to top-left, <Num8> corresponds to top-center, and so on) as the 8 available directions of the Stretch action (<Num7> corresponds to top-left window corner, <Num8> corresponds to top window edge etc.). Because of this there are two hotkey groups available by default for a quick window alignment/stretching:
There are some window operations Windows provides for almost each window, such as "Minimize". However, there are no standard hotkeys assigned to these operations so that they cannot be quickly invoked from the keyboard. But these operations are so essential and used so often that Actual Tools decide to fill up this gap - currently the hotkeys are available by default for the following standard window operations:
The Control Center provides the following special hotkeys by default:
Virtual Desktops facility has some useful functions that can be triggered via hotkeys:
Using the following key combinations, you can quickly invoke certain Aero Snap actions:
Use the following key combinations to quickly move a window within the current Desktop Divider layout:
Use the following pre-defined key combinations to access the Clipboard extensions:
Windows operating system has numerous functions that can be invoked via system commands. Actual Tools programs now have the quick shortcuts for most popular of them:
Most of the keyboard shortcuts listed above are disabled by default to avoid their unintentional use. If you'd like to use them nevertheless then you should enable them explicitly and customize the key combination (if needed).
Some window actions have customizable parameters so it may be useful to have several hotkey combinations to invoke a single action with different parameters' values. For example, you may want to have several Resize hotkeys with different window sizes assigned or several Start Program hotkeys - each one for a certain program.
You can add as many custom hotkeys as you like using the Custom Hotkeys toolbar.