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Retrieve List of Currently Declared Hotkeys?

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Working on a UDF, just curious:

Does anyone know if and how you can retrieve a list or array of keys declared using HotKeySet?

Thanks,

Kenny


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True, but how can I do that if it's a compiled exe?

I'd like to use the UDF to read any hotkeys declared in the script calling it.

-Kenny


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Well a "compiled" exe isn't really compiled. It's just the actual script coupled with a real binary file (the interpreter). You could talk to the dev team and ask them for help or you could read the file in binary mode, remove the binary of the interpreter (easy enough to find out, just open a script that you wrote in binary,store that data somewhere,compile the script,read the new "compiled" script in binary,remove the script data,anything you have left is for the interpreter), and read through the script data to find the part of HotKeySet().

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hmm maybe I'll do that.

It wasn't a must have just a would be nice.

I think I'll just work everything else out and when it's working I'll come back to this part.

I appreciate the replies and the info.

Thanks,

-Kenny


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