| Beginning in 2.5.7, S+ no longer registers the hard-coded hotkeys below for itself.
- Exit S+: CTRL+SHIFT+ALT+WIN+END - equivalent script: acExit()
- Disable S+: CTRL+SHIFT+WIN+Z - equivalent script: acDisableNext() acDisable() [use both calls in that order to ensure proper tray icon state if ignore key is part of hotkey definition]
- Toggle Tray Icon (show/hide): CTRL+SHIFT+WIN+S - equivalent script: acToggleTrayIcon()
The ZIPs and installers will now have these as defined under Hotkeys. If you're already using S+ and want to use these, you'll need to create them yourself. The only difference in functionality is that previously these hotkeys were always active as long as S+ was running (S+ enabled or disabled); where now they will only function if S+ is enabled. I think it's in the best interest of most for S+ to not use hard-coded global hotkeys as they may interfere with some configurations or user preferences. However, that means that they will only work when S+ is active. I do believe if S+ is disabled, it should really be completely disabled; not interfering or intercepting anything other than processing tray icon clicks and standard program window interaction. So I hope this change doesn't upset anyone.