The deletehotkeys statement deletes the hotkeys in a specific scope.
This statement has one parameter:
scope – the scope of the hotkeys to be deleted, which may be either global, database, or window. If left empty, the default is database. You can also use file instead of database.
This statement deletes all the hotkeys in a specific scope. To delete all hotkeys, specify only the scope. This example deletes all hotkeys associated with the current database:
If you want to delete specific hotkeys, you can do so with the definehotkeys statement. Simply leave the CODE parameter empty. This example deletes the hotkeys for Tab and Shift-Tab.
definehotkeys "database", "tab","", "shift-tab",""
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