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Qliner Hotkeys - drag and drop hotkey shortcuts

recommended by CC and KW, Sept 2006, permalink


From CC

Well thought out. I like the concept. If you are a person that uses the keyboard for most of your work, then this is a great utility.


Things that I did not like: You Can't minimize the window and you have only three color options for the keys.


This is a great program for laptops. It can be customized for different manufacturer's keyboards. It's worth the time to try it out because it's so simple ... just drag an icon onto the screen keyboard and "presto", a new key shortcut.


From KW

I have been using Hot keys, and was impressed with it right away. The ease of use in making hot keys by just dragging & dropping icons on the keyboard is a plus to someone like me, who is "technically challenged ".


It's easy download and Install, and not a resource hog. I've had no problems at all with it.




Quote from the website

Qliner hotkeys is a free and open source keyboard productivity environment. It is the first product of it's kind that is usable by computer geeks and non geeks alike.


Hotkeys builds on the concept of Windows shortcut keys but takes this concept to a whole new level. Do you think key combinations are hard to remember? Just hold the Windows key for three seconds and up pops a on screen Keyboard with icons on the keys that are configured. This you can use , not only to remind you of hotkey combinations, but also for Drag and Drop Configuration.






Qliner website: http://qliner.com/hotkeys/