shortcut to a hotkey ?

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    is there a way to create a clickable shortcut to simulate a hotkey combination?
    for example - if i create a hotkey like 'ctrl+shift+x', but i don't want to press this combination everytime, but if it could be made into a shortcut which i can put in the quick-launch toolbar or another toolbar...
     
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    thanks for that JRViejo

    i've installed it, and had a look at the documentation, and i've found it to be quite confusing
    if you could just give me an example of what the script should look like, if i want to simulate the hotkey "ctrl+shift+x"
     
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    Because Ctrl+Shift+X is not a basic hotkey combo, what is the software program that you are using it on?

    Maybe the script Numpad1::^+X where pressing the Numpad Key 1 (Numlock ON) enables Ctrl+Shift+x can work but keep in mind that if any other software program uses the same hotkey combo, yet programmed different, the end result would be surprising, if the script is not placed in the proper folder. Ask for help in their Forum and do provide as much detail as possible.
     
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