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Based on a previous experience of trying to find where the shortcut containing a hotkey that inadvertently hijacked part of my keyboard was:

Does anyone know if there's a registry group or config modal that allows you to view all Windows native shortcuts with keyboard hotkeys enabled and edit them or display a path?

It'd be nice to use hotkeys without having to manually keep track of them all in case you need the key combo for an application.

And yes, Autohotkey/AutoIT is a great utility in case you were going to suggest it!

Many thanks,

J

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