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iTunes Hotkeys

The program allows you to create global hotkeys for iTunes

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First off, please note that there are 3 modules not included in the .exe so I compiled these to a .zip to make for a quicker download. Extract the .zip and keep all files together.

It's pretty self-explanatory. Run the .exe, on first run you are forced to put in new hotkeys. You can select modifiers, but you don't have to. Only one modifier can be used per hotkey. Select a key from the keylist (Drop down menu). In order for the program to work you must select a hotkey for every command. IE: Play/Pause, Next & Previous.

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    It works like a charm. But when user press x on itunes it lags a few seconds and warning pop up about disconnecting program with itunes scripting interface. It could recognize this and close itself automatically.

    Posted 11/06/2015
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

AutoIt

Registered

2011-12-11

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