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KeyMacro is a utility that allows you to customize your keyboard’s Fn, Control, and Esc keys into dedicated hotkeys for your favorite applications. You can now do all your work with a mouse and keyboard.
KeyMacro makes it easy to assign a hotkey combination to any hotkey on your keyboard. When you press the hotkey combination, the hotkey of the app you have chosen will be used.
KeyMacro allows you to create commands that include modifier keys, such as Alt and Shift, to change the input mode of the key.
Examples of hotkey combinations:
• App Hotkey 1 – Control + Spacebar
• App Hotkey 2 – Shift + Control + 1
• App Hotkey 3 – Control + Alt + Shift + 2
• App Hotkey 4 – Control + Option + Shift + 3
• App Hotkey 5 – Shift + Alt + 4
• App Hotkey 6 – Control + Option + Shift + 5
• App Hotkey 7 – Alt + 6
• App Hotkey 8 – Shift + Alt + 6
• App Hotkey 9 – Control + Option + 7
• App Hotkey 10 – Control + Shift + 8
• App Hotkey 11 – Control + Option + Shift + 9
• App Hotkey 12 – Alt + 10
• App Hotkey 13 – Shift + Alt + 10
• App Hotkey 14 – Control + Option + 11
• App Hotkey 15 – Control + Shift + 12
• App Hotkey 16 – Control + Option + Shift + 13
• App Hotkey 17 – Shift + Alt + 14
• App Hotkey 18 – Control + Option + Shift + 15
• App Hotkey 19 – Control + Option + Alt + 16
• App Hotkey 20 – Control + Shift + Alt + 16
• App Hotkey 21 – Control + Option + Shift + Alt + 17
• App Hotkey 22 – Control + Shift + Alt + 18
• App Hotkey 23 – Control + Option + Shift + Alt + 19
• App Hotkey 24 – Control + Option + Shift + Alt + 20
• App Hotkey 25 – Control + Shift + Alt + 21
• App Hotkey 26 – Control + Option + 84e02134c1
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2.1 About the Free WinMTPFS project
This project has been written by the author of Free WinMTPFS. This project is an open source project. You can use this project as you like, but you should give me credit and don’t sell your project under this name. The source code is available at If you find the source code useful, please consider supporting the project. If you want to use this project for commercial products, please contact me.
2.2 Using WinMTPFS
The WinMTPFS project is written to use Windows 2000/XP/2003.
For Win98 and Windows ME, the WinMTPFS project is written to use Vista/XP. For XP and Vista, the project will work, but there may be some known problems.
The WinMTPFS project will work for devices such as the Creative Zen and the Microsoft Zune.
The WinMTPFS project allows you to read files from the device using the Windows Explorer.
On Windows 2000/XP, the project allows you to mount the device as a standard drive. You can assign a drive letter to the device.
On Windows XP/Vista, the device appears as a disk.
You can use the Windows Explorer to open the device. You can copy files to and from the device using the Windows Explorer.
On Windows 2000, WinMTPFS will automatically mount the device as a drive when you insert the device. On Windows 2000/XP/Vista, WinMTPFS will automatically mount the device when you insert the device.
On Windows 2000, WinMTPFS will open the device as a disk.
On Windows XP/Vista, WinMTPFS will open the device as a disk.
KEYMACRO 2.3 Installing WinMTPFS
This section explains how to install and use WinMTPFS on a Windows PC.
2.3.1 Installing WinMTPFS
The WinMTPFS project is an open source project. This means that you can install it from a Web site. You will need to have some background in setting up a Windows PC.
On a Windows PC, download the file at If you have Internet Explorer, you can right-click on the