|19 Jan 2012||#1|
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Adding key sequence command (Ctrl+Shif+D) to application context menu
I have a program installed on my computer called Evernote.
In it's note editor, I can use the key sequence Ctrl+Shift+D to insert a timestamp into a note.
I thought I could edit the registry or something to add this Insert Timestamp command into the context menu of the Evernote note editor, but I can find no information on this.
Is there a way to add a custom key sequence to a context menu as described above?
Or, does this require starting with the application's source code and compiling it?
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