Does x2 have some kind of debug mode, or event log, where we can see what happens when I press Delete?
And meanwhile, among x2's many features, is there a way I can manually set my Delete key to delete the current selection?
As I mentioned, I tried using Customize > Keyboard to manually set Delete to the File > "Delete" command. But when I opened Customize > Keyboard, the "Delete" command was missing from the File menu's command list.
My other idea was to create a macro that deleted the current selection, and assign it to the Delete key. I clicked Customize > Macros > Record, recorded a macro deleting a file, then clicked Finish. This appeared:
I clicked Save, entered a name for the macro (delete_selection
), then clicked Save again—but x2 just asked me to name it again (?).
So I closed the Macro Editor window (I didn't want to click Cancel, right?), assuming my macro would then be saved. But when I clicked Customize > Macros > Edit Macro, this appeared:
Did that mean that x2 replaced my macro's commands with a single numerical command? But why didn't it show my macro's name, so that would be clear?
I opened the Customize > Macro menu again, and clicked Organize, thinking I could see a list of available macros—and this appeared:
My macro wasn't listed—so it wasn't
saved? Even though I clicked "Save" (twice)? How are you supposed
to save it?
Meanwhile, until I solved that mystery, I thought I'd see if I could assign the Delete key to any
macro. I right-clicked the "sample" macro, clicked Properties, and this appeared:
But under "Keyboard shortcut", I saw I could use only Ctrl / Alt / Shift + 0–9:
So even if I could
record and save a macro to delete the current selection, I couldn't use the Delete key to run it, right?
I'm out of ideas then.