On Sun, 28 Dec 2008 19:00:11 -0500, email@example.com
>On Mon, 29 Dec 2008 10:19:06 +1100, Stubbo of Oz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>On Sun, 28 Dec 2008 13:43:05 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
>>>The helps aren't very helpful on this.
>>>I have a HP extended PS/2 keyboard. It has 12 F keys, What I'd like to do is
>>>stick some text with [enter] into F12. my UAC password is extremely long. And
>>>even if were only 1 character, I'd like to have it on a Fkey.
>>>How do I program the F12 key for text[ENTER] ?
>>HotkeyP is my choice for this sort of thing.
>>AFAIK it is freeware
>>Get it here:-
>You're kidding on this page right ?
>>sweb.cz/petr.lastovicka/others.html may cause a breach of browser security.
>>Why were you redirected to this page? When we tested, this site attempted to make unauthorized changes to our test PC by exploiting a browser security vulnerability. This is a serious security threat which could lead to an infection of your PC.
No kidding - no problem when I access it.
The top item on the page is:-
HotkeyP - hotkeyp.zip (160 kB), C++ source code 6/14/2008
You can assign a keyboard shortcut, a mouse shortcut or a joystick
shortcut to any executable file, document, folder or WWW page. You can
also use all multimedia keys, the fourth and fifth mouse buttons and a
remote control (if you install WinLIRC). Other commands are: change
keys in other applications, shutdown, restart, lock computer, start a
screen saver, change the desktop resolution, set window opacity, audio
volume, set process priorities, terminate applications, eject CD, set
CD speed, show disk free space, empty the recycle bin, delete
temporary files, change desktop wallpaper, save/restore desktop icons
positions, minimize any application to the system tray, hide window,
change window transparency, zoom tool, screenshot to BMP file, set
window always on top, paste date/time or any text, ...
The download link is:-
I have just downloaded it again and virus check was clean.
It is also mentioned on this site:-
but the download link is the same as above.
Stubbo of Oz