Here's a question you might have on occasion:
Currently, I do something important by clicking on a specific menu or toolbar item with my mouse. How can I map that to a shortcut key?
Here's a way to map a SecureCRT keyboard shortcut to perform a menu or toolbar function you'd normally need to use your mouse to accomplish.
Repeat steps 3 - 6 to add additional mapped keys.
Note: If you have customized any mapped keys on a session-specific level, those mapped key definitios will ALL be replaced by the listing of mapped keys you have just configured or modified in the Default session.
If you want to have session-specific mapped keys, you can use the Keymap Editor from the Tools menu to create a .key file, and then configure individual sessions to use the customized .key file in the Terminal / Emulation category. To configure a session, enable the Select an alternate keyboard emulation, choose Custom, and then specify the path to the .key file you saved in the Keymap Editor.
Note: Definitions for mapped keys found in Session Options / Terminal / Emulation / Mapped Keys have higher precedence than those specified in a .key file.
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