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#1 Krep26

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 09:10 PM

Is there a way to bind keyboard shortcuts to post shot options. I like to be able to have the option to hit continue or sometimes mulligan when I have a shot that misfired on Skytrak. I have the timer on for 7 seconds, but it would be nice to be able to just hit a key instead of having to mess with moving a mouse over to a smallish button. My main ask is for a keybind for Continue as that's what is needed most. 

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#2 Krep26

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Posted 23 January 2019 - 12:14 AM

Any suggestions? Ideally, I would set my continue to manual. That way if there is a "hit" that wasn't triggered by my swing, I can just walk over and hit mulligan. If there are not issues (which is most of the time), I have a USB foot pedal I can just tap that if I can bind a keyboard button to that pedal. Just seeing if those post shot options can have a keystroke. 

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:57 PM

If anyone is curious or would find this functionality useful I figured out how to use Auto Hot Key to achieve what I was looking for. So now I have keyboard shortcuts (ie Control+C for Continue, Control+M for Mulligan, etc) bound to two foot pedals. Eventually, I may add an Elgato Stream Deck and bind all the post shot shortcuts to that instead. So now I have the post shot options on manual. Most times I just hit the left foot pedal to continue and the right for a mulligan if my Skytrak detects a swing when I didn't hit a shot. The auto hotkey macro instantly moves the cursor to the right location, left clicks and then moves the mouse all the way top right out of the screen. This script is in my startup folder and these shortcuts are only set up only activate when in Perfect Golf. The only reason for this was to minimize the need to use the mouse for post-shot options. 

If you would like instructions on how to do this for your system, let me know. 

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