HOT_SET (key$) or
HOT_SET (Thingname$) or
HOT_SET (newkey$,oldkey$) or
The first two variants of this function are the opposite to HOT_OFF in that they re-activate the specified hotkey. If the specified hotkey does not exist, the value -7 will be returned. By contrast, the second two variants allow you to re-define a hotkey by assigning a new key which is to replace the old key press. If the specified new hotkey already exists, -9 will be returned, and if the old hotkey cannot be found, the value -7 will be returned.
10 ERT HOT_CHP ('p','flp1_Perfection') 20 HOT_GO 30 ERT HOT_SET ('L','p') 40 ERT HOT_WAKE ('p','Pick')