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Adding SHIFT key when editing Command Aliases

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I'm running Autocad 2011 on MAC (dont ask why, its just needs to be done..) and now I'm struggling getting all my old keyboard shortcuts from PC setup up again.


Does anyone know how to include the SHIFT key when editing/customizing the command aliases??

ie, i want SHIFT+V to = MOVE


So in the Command Alias text file, Im guessing it should look something like this?


But that doesnt work.


I really really want to stick with this format, and not need to include other control keys, ie CTRL+SHIFT.


Any info or help would be great!

Cheers, Matt

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Yep, in the beginners area. But another moderator suggested I post it here? And I still haven't seen a definitive answer if it can or can not be done. Sorry, wasn't meaning to break any forum rules.




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