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LeeLiam

Setting a key macro

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When using Visual Studio, I like to be able to clear existing bookmarks and set a new one with one keystroke. To clear bookmarks requires Ctrl+K, then Ctrl+L, then answer Yes when asked if I'm sure I want to do this. To set a new bookmark requires Ctrl+K, then Ctrl+K.

I'd like to do all these with one keystroke like Ctrl+/. Can I do this with AutoIt and have it only respond when I'm using Visual Studio?

Do I have to start the script each time I launch VS, or is there a way to automate it?

Thanks for any help.

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Have the script run Visual Studio. Only start by running the script.


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Have the script run Visual Studio. Only start by running the script.

Snowmaker,

Thanks. How do I make the script stop running when I exit VS?

Also, I presume I would use a HotKeySet, and then a Send to accomplish the result. Is that correct?

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