I want to use my keys ö and ä for (+) and (-) to increase exposure in Lightroom. Nevertheless if I assign a hotkey W for white balance to my (-) keyboard key, when pressing ä lightroom throws w.
Is there a way to disable the lightroom default hotkey commands?
Thanks for any help
I don't know Lightroom, but basically you can have any shortcut of an app triggered by another shortcut in BTT.
I didn't understand exactly what you want to replace with what, but here's a general example. In this case, typing "ö" will output "-".
Hi Frank, thanks for trying to help.
I wanted that A triggers B and that B triggers C.
In reality than A triggered C, but I wanted that A to trigger B instead. The problem occurs if a key is one time used as trigger and another time as action.
If I tick "Prevent recursive triggers" for the command A triggers B, it solves the problem
Nevertheless another problem occurs, namely, that "repeat assigned action" does not work if I select "prevent recursive triggers"
Unfortunately this is currently a limitation that can not be worked around. Prevent recursive triggers does not yet work with key repeat.
This will change in one of the next versions.
Thanks Andreas for letting me know.
@LukasB Exactly, this has been known for a long time and will hopefully be fixed soon.
Until it is so far, I know only one workaround. Look for a combination of characters that give the same result but are not recognized as recursive by BTT.
a = a is recursive.
a = fn a is not recursive and can be repeated.
Depending on the app and the character to be repeated, there are different possibilities. I think by now I know them all, I need this so often