Shortcuts addicts will feel like in a candy store 🙂 ! In Quick Access Popup, any favorite location can be associated to a keyboard or a mouse shortcut. Use the Menu Options tab in the Add/Edit Favorite dialog box to assign hotkeys.
Shortcuts can be assigned to any type of favorite. Not only to folders, documents or applications, but also to submenus, groups of favorites or QAP features.
When setting a shortcut, QAP check if the shortcut is already assigned to another favorite or to one of the QAP menus triggers. If yes, it will ask for another shortcut.
Starting with v8.1, you can create shortcuts for Left only, Right only or Any keyboard modifiers (Shift, Alt, Ctrl and Win keys). For example, Left Alt + Space and Right Alt + Space can launch different favorites or submenus. In the hotkeys lists, left modifiers are prefixes with "<" (for example "<Alt+Space") and right modifiers with ">" (for example, ">Alt+Space").
To get a global view of your keyboards or mouse shortcuts, click the Hotkeys button in the Settings window. In the shortcuts list of the Manage Hotkeys window, you can sort shortcuts by Menu, Favorite Name, Hotkey or Favorite Location. Double click a shortcut to change or remove its assigned hotkey.
By default, the list shows only favorites with shortcuts. Check See all favorites to find the favorites for which you could assign a new shortcut.
In the Change hotkey dialog box, set the keyboard key or mouse button, and the keyboard modifiers (Shift, Control, Alt or Windows). You can select None to remove the shortcut or, when a default hotkey is defined for this favorite, click Reset default hotkey to choose the suggested hotkey.