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Low-level hotkey daemon for Windows
BigCork is a low-level hotkey daemon for Windows written in C++.
BigCork uses CMake to build.
Binaries will be located in the bin directory.
Run CMAKE_WIN64.bat in the build directory.
If no command line arguments are given, BigCork will look for a config file
-c <config> argument can be given to
specify config location, and the
-p argument can be given to run BigCork in
portable mode (config file in executable directory).
If no config file exists, a default config file will be created.
Keybinds can be added in the following format:
[[keybind]] execute = <Command or executable> key = <Keybind> mod = <Modifier>
# Run Explorer when SUPER + RETURN is pressed [[keybind]] execute = "explorer" key = "RETURN" mod = "SUPER" # Run Explorer when SUPER + R is pressed [[keybind]] execute = "C:/Windows/explorer.exe" key = "R" mod = "SUPER"
To install BigCork as a startup application for your user:
BigCork.exeinto this Start-up directory.
To stop BigCork from starting automatically, remove
BigCork.exe from the
doc/keycodes.txtfor supported key codes.
Copyright (C) 2020, Jakob Wakeling
All rights reserved.
OMKOV Open Source Licence