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starstrikerz replied to your post: MAGMA HAMMER (V.BC///EARLY WIP)L…

I really love your music clips. How much for a soundtrack release?

Thank you so much! I probably won’t be releasing a soundtrack for a while, I’d like to have enough tracks of consistent quality to support such an endeavor first. I might make a patreon or reopen commissions or something to be able to afford the equipment I need… I can’t post any more new KORG M01d work until I can get an audio interface, for instance. Some day!

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Surface Pro Quick Tip: Reassigning Hardware Buttons with Autohotkey

The Surface Pro’s functionality as a digital art tool can be extended with accessories, but this comes at the cost of its portability. Unlike most graphics tablets, the Surface Pro’s face buttons cannot be reassigned without external software. With AutoHotKey, the functionality of the Surface Pro’s face buttons (even its capacitive Windows button) can be temporarily reassigned at will.

To begin, download a copy of autohotkey. This utility can automate keystrokes, mouse clicks and other macros by running scripts that you write. I use such a script to change the Surface Pro’s volume rocker into undo and redo buttons – that script can be found here. This file goes into the PC’s Documents folder by default, but you can simply double click the .ahk file to run it with AutoHotKey once you’ve installed the program.

I tend to use this only to make the volume rocker an undo-redo rocker for Mischief. The script I use in order to do so only contains the following commands:

SC12E:: SendEvent ^{z}
SC130:: SendEvent +^{z}

This makes the up volume button press Ctrl + Z while pressed and the down volume button press Ctrl + Shift + Z. A full reference of Surface Pro commands for AutoHotKey can be found here.

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Scripts can be exited by right clicking the AutoHotKey icon in the windows tray.

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