Feature request to enhance the use of a bluetooth keyboard
I have a bluetooth keyboard with a full set of keys, including control, option, alt, the 'meta' key.
I'd like to take advantage of these keys by writing keyboard macros or abbreviations, whatever you want to call them) that are triggered by alt-, control-, option- key combinations.
But Editorial doesn't respond to them. The research I did suggests that the software isn't detecting the extra codes thrown by these key combinations.
How about it? Could Editorial be enhanced to capture/handle these key combinations? (Not that I want you to assign them to specific actions -- just make it possible for us to use them to trigger macros, etc.)
(Or: if this is already possible, can someone tell me how to get it to work?)
Editorial already supports assigning keyboard shortcuts to workflows. Just tap on "Abbreviation / Shortcut" in a workflow's details. Note that abbreviations and shortcuts are not the same thing. An abbreviation can be typed either with the on-screen keyboard or with a hardware keyboard, but it cannot contain modifier keys. A typical abbreviation would consist of multiple letters. A shortcut however only consists of one key plus one to four modifier keys (⌘=command, ⌥=option, ⇧=shift, ⌃=control). The shortcut is defined in the top row of the shortcut/abbreviation settings.