Command line parameters allow you to create shortcuts that enable specific ShortKeys options such as:
- Browse Mode - Places ShortKeys in a browse mode where the macro data cannot be modified. This option can
be especially helpful in administrating uniformity of macros over a network.
- Case Sensitivity - This option turns on the "Case Sensitivity" Option.
- Select between the 'Use Clipboard For All', 'Use Individual Settings', and 'Use Keyboard For All' settings.
- Load Macro File) - This allows you to specify a specific macro file for loading on startup of ShortKeys.
- HIDE - Prevents the Editor window from running on program startup.
- Imports Program Configuration - This option will load in the program configuration settings on startup of
ShortKeys. If you have more than one user at a computer, each user could have their configuration settings
loaded in when they start up ShortKeys.
- Network options
- Solitary Usage - This option turns on the "Solitary Usage" Option
- System Tray - This option places an icon in the System Tray
- Prefix or Suffix Key - Select the Prefix or Suffix Key to use.