Find out how to access and use the Keymap Organizer window in Connexion client.
Purpose of the Keymap Organizer window
- Create, rename, or delete keymap files. A keymap is a file of keystroke shortcut assignments for issuing commands, running macros, inserting characters and diacritics, or inserting text strings you create for often used data.
- Move or copy key assignments between keymap files.
Access the Keymap Organizer window
- Navigate to Tools > Keymaps or press <Alt><T><K>.
- Click Organizer.
- See details below for using the features of the window to create, rename, delete, move, or copy a keymap file.
See more about how to manage keymap files.
Keymap Organizer window: Features and buttons
|Feature||How to use|
|Keymap 1 area|
|Current display (location of current files)||View the location of the current keymap files, or select a different location using Browse.
Default location: X:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Application Data\OCLC\Connex\Profiles\SystemDefault\, where X is the letter of your hard drive
|List of keymap files||To view key assignments in a keymap file, click the plus sign (+) next to the file name.
The keymap expands a list of key assignments. The plus sign changes to a minus sign (-).
Click the minus sign to hide the list.
|Keymap 2 area|
|Same features as in the Keymap 1 area. Allows you to select and view key assignments in a second keymap file.|
|View the assignment of any shortcut key you select in a keymap file.
Click the plus sign to expand a keymap file, and then click a key combination in the list. The description appears in the Description area.
|Button name||Click the button to...|
|Browse||Locate the keymap file(s) you want to work with:
The path and file name of the file you selected displays under Current in the appropriate Keymap area.
|New||Create a new keymap file:
|Rename||Rename a keymap file:
|Delete||Delete a keymap file:
|Move||Remove a key assignment from one file and put it in another file:
|Copy||Copy a key assignment into another keymap file without removing it from its original keymap file:
|Close||Close the window.|