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This command is new in build 132

Makes a hotkey do different things each time you press it.

Syntax

<Toggle>

Parameters

None.


Remarks

Suppose you want a hotkey that does different things each time you press it. For example:


— The first time you press it, it types "Hello" on a remote PC.

— The second time, it renames a window on the local PC.

— The third time, it types "Goodbye" on a third PC.

— The fourth time, it starts the cycle again.


You can make a hotkey do that by writing <Toggle> before each set of actions:


<Hotkey F1>
   <Toggle>
      <SendPC 192.168.1.102>
         <Text Hello>
   <Toggle>
      <SendPC Local>
         <RenameWin Glob Gloop>
   <Toggle>
      <SendPC 192.168.1.103>
         <Text Goodbye>

A hotkey can contain as many Toggles as you like. There's no limit.

You can make all your hotkeys return to their first action with ResetToggles.


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DoToggles
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SetToggle
ResetToggles
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This page was last revised on October 28, 2009
 
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