These settings allow you to define custom commands. For example, you have selected track in playlist, you press CTRL + ALT + 3 and title will be automatically searched in Youtube.
Options :: Keys
Basically there is a table with 9 rows corresponding to shortcuts from CTRL + ALT + 1 to CTRL + ALT + 9. The first column is application file path, the second column is parameter.
When you select a row, you can press button to generate predefined commands. The following commands are available:
Note: you might use asterisk symbol "*" which means full filename of selected track, or you can use ">" symbol which means display title of selected track.
Note: if file does not exist and parameter contains file path, command is not executed.
Note: shortcuts cannot be applied to radio.
Note: if multiple tracks are selected, the one which is actual will be executed (in normal color scheme you can see it is marked by slightly brighter blue rectangle). Technical example: if you deselect this actual track by CTRL + mouse click, there might be some tracks selected and none of them will have actual selection, so the command will not work in this case.
Note: if subtrack is selected, if file path parameter is used, then file path of its "parent" track is used. If only display title parameter is used, command is normally executed.
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