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Header Style Shortcuts

Post by tedg »

I am trying to take advantage of the serial shortcut key function.

Curious about how people use the command H 1 shortcut. Do you disable the system's command H to hide shortcut?
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Post by martin »

When you say "serial shortcut key function" I think you're referring to what we call multi-key shortcuts. You activate a multi-key shortcut in Nisus Writer by holding down the Command key the entire time as you press and release the other keys.

For example, to trigger ⌘H3 (the default shortcut for Heading 3) you would:

1. Press and hold down the Command key.
2. Type the H key (press down and release up).
3. Type the 3 key (press down and release up).
4. Release the Command key (so it is now up).

Nisus Writer Pro collects together all the keys you type while the Command key is down and then matches the full shortcut at the very end, once the Command key is released.

So you can see that you don't need to disable any system commands, like Command + H to hide the active app. Please let us know if you have any questions.

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Re: Header Style Shortcuts

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Thanks
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