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Old 10-11-2016, 03:22 PM
adityasinghania adityasinghania is offline
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Let's take a hypothetical situation - I assign a new macro to the "C" alphabet key, but then If I want to record another macro on another alphabet key, for example the "V" alphabet key, and I want my macro to be exactly this: "Press C down, Release C", I can not seem to use the "C" alphabet key for the new macro because I assigned something else to the "C" alphabet key.

So basically what I want to do is, before I start recording a macro, I want the keyboard to reset to a default keyboard so I can record macros normally, i.e without other macros interfering with my recording.

TLDR (Not Recommended): Before I start recording a macro, I want the keyboard to reset to a normal keyboard so I can record my macro in peace.

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Old 11-01-2016, 10:07 AM
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You could just create a new profile (which will have all the default bindings), record your macro, then delete the profile.
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