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- KeyCue has been tested and runs flawlessly on macOS Ventura
- Defining shortcuts now also works in Mail, Safari and other applications
- Small changes under the hood
- Fixes an issue with defining a shortcut in Mail, Safari and other applications
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- Support for the new Emojis in Unicode 14.0 (requires macOS 12.3 or newer).
- Improved handling of internal scripts in certain corner cases.
- Added a missing text item in the French localization.
- Fixes the problem that the [ and ] keys could not be assigned as shortcuts. Works around a problem that could cause a crash when KeyCue tried to display information about a new version.
- Fixes a missing word in the German launch information about how to assign keyboard shortcuts to menu commands.
- Fixes a potential issue in the handling of global hotkeys.
- Works around a problem where repeated invocation of KeyCue in Zotero did not work.
- Works around a problem where KeyCue could not access the menu items in TeXstudio.
- KeyCue is now a universal application with native support for Apple Silicon Macs.
- You can now define your own menu shortcuts easily by pointing at a menu command and pressing the desired key combination.
- Support for the F20 function key.
- KeyCue is now built with the latest compiler and libraries of Xcode 13.0.
- KeyCue now disables itself when Universal Control is active.
- Improved detection of the processor type.
- The diagnostics report now contains more context information.
- Fixes a typo in the intro window.
- Works around an issue where some shortcuts were missing in Microsoft Outlook.
- Fixes a strange version number in the message that announces a new version.
- Fixes cosmetic alignment issues in the Settings window.
- KeyCue now requires OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or newer.
- KeyCue can now learn menu shortcuts of DaVinci Resolve (manually open menus to teach KeyCue the shortcuts).
- KeyCue is now built with the latest compiler and libraries for Big Sur. Updated internal tools (such as the built-in installer).
- Works around a communication problem with Keyboard Maestro on Apple Silicon computers.
- Fixes a bug that resulted in an empty shortcut table when a custom shortcut group had the same name as an application-specific shortcut group.
- User interface and compatibility improvements for macOS Big Sur.
- Support for Emoji 13 (for macOS Big Sur 11.0 and newer).
- Support for system-wide licenses.
- Improved detection of the key labels “option” and “alt”, as shown in the legend.
- Extended diagnostics information for keyboard-related issues.
- Fixes a cosmetic issue where a light version of the KeyCue icon was displayed in a light menu bar in Big Sur.
- KeyCue can now display macro shortcuts of yKey (former iKey).
- Works around an issue with missing shortcuts in DxO PhotoLab.
- Additional information during installation clarifies the situation when a newer version is not covered by the current license.
- Faster animation of the menu scanning process.
- Fixes a cosmetic issue with updates on High Sierra, where the download progress window remained on the screen for too long.
- Fixes a problem with background scanning of menus in Photos.