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Each rule consists of:
- A key that describes the pressed keys.
- A command containing the identifier of the command to execute.
- An optional when clause containing a boolean expression will be evaluated depending on the current context.
Chords (two separate keypress actions) are described by separating the two keypresses with a space. For example, Ctrl+K Ctrl+C.
When a key is pressed:
- The rules are evaluated from bottom to top.
- The first rule that matches, both the key and in terms of when is accepted.
no more rules are processed.
if a rule is found and has a command set, the command is executed.
Below are links to the three platform-specific versions (US English keyboard):
1. Windows Keyboard Reference Sheet
2. macOS Keyboard Reference Sheet
3. Linux Keyboard Reference Sheet
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