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    All AUGI, all the time Henry D's Avatar
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    Hello Everyone,

    In moving items around the screen (especially text) I find I am turning the snaps off a lot for which I use the "SO" keybord shortcut - two letters that are far apart on the keyboard. I would like to get it down to one key like F6 or just "S", but when I edit the text file ("SO" snapcode:"snaps off") by substituting the "SO" with "F6" or "S" it doesn't work. In fact the only thing that seems work so far is "SO". I have been able to add and edit shortcuts before - is there anything special about the snaps shortcuts and can I get it down to one keystroke?

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    Default Re: Snaps Off Shortcut

    leave "SO" in place. Create a new line
    F2 snapcode:"snaps off"
    (substitute whatever keys you wish)
    This should work as long as "SO" works as well.
    David Conant
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    Default Re: Snaps Off Shortcut

    Thanks David - it works great now.

    (Hey, who put me the "Advanced User" under my name? That should be "Advanced Mis-User")

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