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Hotkeys set through ASSIGN command don't work?

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usoldering
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Hotkeys set through ASSIGN command don't work?

When viewing a schematic or a board file, hotkeys assigned through the ASSIGN command are not working for me. I can run the ASSIGN command, I can use the ASSIGN command dialog box to see the correct hotkey is set to the correct action, however, when I press the hotkey nothing happens.

 

All other (default) hotkeys work fine. It's only hotkeys set through the ASSIGN command that don't work. Can anyone else confirm this issue?

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panpan_fan
in reply to: usoldering

Hi @usoldering 

I hope you are doing well!

Assign command can't work now. Our develop team is working on it.

I will let you know if we can support that.

By the way, you can also try to set shortcut for commands. Hope it can help.

Screen Shot 2022-01-29 at 10.28.56 AM.png

Regards,

Panpan Fan

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usoldering
in reply to: panpan_fan

Thank you for the answer. I can understand how it would conflict with the F360 environment. As a workaround I've installed a keyboard macro software to automatically activate command line mode and type out the command. The best of luck to the F360E team.

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panpan_fan
in reply to: usoldering

Hi @usoldering 

I hope you are doing well!

We support the Shortcut command in Fusion 360 V2.0.13615.

You can define the shortcut for commands by yourself.

Please have a try, thanks!

Shortcut1.PNG
Regards,

Panpan Fan

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