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The <hotkey> node

Function

The hotkey node makes it possible to link with certain keys of the keyboard, functionalities that have been defined by LUA scripting codes.

General syntax

<hotkey
	name=""
	script=""
	key="KEY_SPACE" />

hotkey element

hotkey is the xml tag that defines a hotkey node.

Attributes:
  • name - [STR127] - name of the node. This name will make it possible to refer this node throughout the XML script.

  • key: - [ENUM] - Keyboard key that will launch the script:
    • KEY_F1
    • KEY_F2
    • KEY_F3
    • KEY_F4
    • KEY_F5
    • KEY_F6
    • KEY_F7
    • KEY_F8
    • KEY_F9
    • KEY_F10
    • KEY_F11
    • KEY_F12
    • KEY_UP
    • KEY_DOWN
    • KEY_LEFT
    • KEY_RIGHT
    • KEY_SPACE
    • KEY_DELETE
    • KEY_INSERT
    • KEY_END
    • KEY_HOME
    • KEY_A
    • KEY_B
    • KEY_C
    • KEY_D
    • KEY_E
    • KEY_F
    • KEY_G
    • KEY_H
    • KEY_I
    • KEY_J
    • KEY_K
    • KEY_L
    • KEY_M
    • KEY_N
    • KEY_O
    • KEY_P
    • KEY_Q
    • KEY_R
    • KEY_S
    • KEY_T
    • KEY_U
    • KEY_V
    • KEY_W
    • KEY_X
    • KEY_Y
    • KEY_Z
    • KEY_0
    • KEY_1
    • KEY_2
    • KEY_3
    • KEY_4
    • KEY_5
    • KEY_6
    • KEY_7
    • KEY_8
    • KEY_9
    • KEY_NUMPAD_0
    • KEY_NUMPAD_1
    • KEY_NUMPAD_2
    • KEY_NUMPAD_3
    • KEY_NUMPAD_4
    • KEY_NUMPAD_5
    • KEY_NUMPAD_6
    • KEY_NUMPAD_7
    • KEY_NUMPAD_8
    • KEY_NUMPAD_9
    • KEY_ADD
    • KEY_SUBTRACT
    • KEY_MULTIPLY
    • KEY_DIVIDE


  • script - [STR255] - name of the script to be executed for this hotkey. This name can whether refer to a script node or to an access path to a script file.
Example
This piece of code displays a dialog box when the user presses the SPACE key.
<script name="hello_LUA" run_mode="ASYNCHRONOUS" >
	<raw_data><![CDATA[	
	HYP_MsgBox( "Test", "Hello World!" );
    ]]></raw_data>
</script> 

<hotkey name="hello" key="KEY_SPACE" script="hello_LUA" />


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