A thing that makes a programmer produce faster is assigning tasks to shortcut keys.
I’ve always relied upon Qliner Hotkeys (http://qliner.com/hotkeys/) software to do this.
Unfortunately, Qliner Hotkeys doesn’t work on 64 bit systems and doesn’t seem to be updated anymore.
Fortunately, this is easy to solve:
- Download Qliner Hotkeys (http://qliner.com/hotkeys/. This article assumes the latest version is 2.0.1
- Open the installed hotkeys.exe file in your favorite hex editor
- At offset 0x1018 ($1018 if you prefer this notation :D), there should be a byte with the value ‘0x01’. Change it to ‘0x03’
- Reboot. Everything should be ok.
What we did here was adding a flag (00000001 -> 00000011) to tell the executable to load 64 bit libraries instead of 32 bit ones, when needed.
Have fun automating everything with your keyboard. 😉