|Issue 14:||Leopard's Spaces and USB Footswitch|
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Dear David, the USB Footswitch provides shortcuts to CTRL+1 and CTRL+2, which Transcriptions uses to play and stop audio/video. Unfortunately, if Spaces are enabled, Leopard's default for CTRL+1 and CTRL+2 is to switch to space 1 and 2, respectively. In order for Transcriptions to work with the USB footswitch and Leopard's Spaces, I could change the default settings for Spaces, but I really don't want to do that. It would certainly be more convenient to have Transcriptions temporarily disable CTRL+1 and CTRL+2 as global shortcuts and instead map them onto audio/video control. Other than that, great work! Best, Steffen.
Aug 11, 2008
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