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This mod replaces Skyrim's hotkey system with a custom one, allowing you to use as many hotkeys as you want. The hotkeys are created directly from the Favorites menu, just like in vanilla.

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This mod replaces Skyrim's hotkey system with a custom one, allowing you to use as many hotkeys as you want. The hotkeys are created directly from the Favorites menu, just like in vanilla. No scripts involved. No digging through MCM menus just to create a new hotkey. Fast & easy to use.

SkyUI and SKSE64 is required for this mod to work!

Features:
- Just as responsive as vanilla hotkeys
- Assign hotkeys directly from the favorites menu
- Allows you to use any keyboard or mouse button for hotkeys
- Support for vampire lord abilities
- Allows you to map hotkeys on the keyboard even if you use a controller.
- Dual-wield support (currently not available)
- Supports whitelisting (see below, disabled by default)


Usage:
Same as vanilla ,but there is one extra step: you have to hold down the Left control when you assign the hotkey. This is necessary because the favorites menu can't tell the difference when you want to assign a hotkey and when you don't. So for example, if you want to set the F1 button as a hotkey, you press Ctrl + F1 when assigning it.

If you don't mind some configuring, you can also create a whitelist. Whitelisted buttons don't need Ctrl to be pressed, and it will be 100% like the vanilla system. See the included .ini file for details.

Warning: The mod does not check for conflicts with existing controls. It will allow you to map literally anything, so it's you responsibility to ensure that it doesn't conflict with other controls.

Compatibility:
Not compatible with any mod that makes any changes to the favorites menu. So if a mod has a file called "favoritesmenu.swf", it is not compatible, unless a compatibility patch is available. Aside from this however it should be compatible with pretty much anything, even with some other hotkey mods.

But what about controllers?
Since version 1.1, it is now possible to use the keyboard to create more hotkeys, even if a controller is used. The hotkeys on the controller will continue to function like in vanilla.

Credits:
Ryan for CommonLibSSE
the SKSE team for SKSE
The SkyUI team for the favorites menu

Released under the MIT license.

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