You can execute any program and open any file by pressing a hot key.
Command line - type in the path and the name of the program (or a Windows registered file type) that you want to run with a hotkey or choose it by browsing with the "..." button. Then you can add any command line parameters if needed.
Start in folder - enter the start in folder for the program here. Please note that when you use the "..." button to find a program or a document which you want to open with this macro, the start in folder field is filled automatically with the folder where the selected file is held.
Execute minimized -
if checked will run the program minimized (in the background without a window)
Switch to existing (if already running) -
if a program you run is already running and this option is checked Hot Keyboard will switch to the running copy instead of executing new one.
You can use the $(input:) feature to ask the user to enter program name, launch parameter, document name, etc. You can also use the $(selection), $(clipboard), $(input:$selinput) and $(var:...) features. Please refer to the Paste text macro description for more information about their syntax. Example:
TipTo execute a program and have it loaded with a particular file, place only the file on the Command line. Be sure that the program you want to execute is the application associated with this file type by Windows. For example, if the Command line has only "text.txt" Hot Keyboard will automatically open Notepad to edit this file.
See also:Open folder action type
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