Pathagoras creates 4 'hot-key' assignments to your system upon installation:
•<Alt-G>: the most used hot-key. Stands for 'G'et, as in get a file, or get a folder.
•<Alt-D>: for Instant 'D'atabase.
•<Alt-Q>: to display QuickPicks screen.
•<Alt-V>: for Create Variables Assistant.
•<Alt-S>: for Create Variables Assistant.
Click the button in the menu bar for information on how to set hot-keys.
In addition to hot-keys, Pathagoras provides a series of HotWords which, when typed to the editing screen and followed immediately by the keypress of <Alt-G> will cause certain specific actions to occur:
meeting<Alt-G> Initiate a GoToMeeting session.
last<Alt-G>: Display last document called or edited via Pathagoras.
lastfolder<Alt-G>: Display folder of last document called or edited via Pathagoras.
sf<Alt-G>: Display your SuperFolder
prefixtable<Alt-G>: Display your collection of prefixes and their assigned folders.
repeat<Alt-G>: Recall one more clause of paragraph called via the <<*Repeat*. . .>> function.
The full list of Hotwords can be seen by typing 'altg' and following the text with the <Alt-G> keypress.
Note: <Alt-S> against highlighted text that pairs-up with a QuickLink name will call the SaveAs screen opened to the QuickLink target.
Learn more about Pathagoras' links to external data sources by clicking here.
CheatSheet: You can print out a 'cheat sheet' of hot-keys and other commands and 'Pathagorizing' markups. To do so, display the Main Menu (from the Pathagoras Features drop down list) and click the "CheatSheet" tab.