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A cross-platform hot key module.

Project description

PyHotKey

Description

PyHotKey is a cross-platform hot key module for Python. Based on "Pynput" module.

Installation

pip install PyHotKey

Usage:

from os.path import join
from PyHotKey import manager, Key

# Register
key_id1 = manager.RegisterHotKey(func1, [Key.ctrl_l, Key.alt_l, 'z'])
key_id2 = manager.RegisterHotKey(func2, [Key.caps_lock], 2, 0.5,
                                 func2_arg1, func2_arg2=1)

# Unregister
manager.UnregisterHotKey(key_id1)

# Show the hot key list
print(manager.hot_keys)

# Turn on the logger
manager.logger = True

# custom the log path
manager.setLogPath(join('log', 'HotKeyLog.txt'))

# Turn off the logger
manager.logger = False
...

Release Note

v1.3.0

  • Currently, users can customize the log path.
  • Optimize code.

v1.2.0

  • Add logger.
  • Optimize code.
  • Attempt to fix a potential bug.

v1.1.1

  • Remove log message.

v1.1.0

  • Currently, the trigger function supports arguments.
  • No longer need to call manager.start() manually.
  • Fix multiple type hot key bug.

v1.0 - Initial Release

  • The first version.

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