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The spec is simple and not set in stone.
Takes the keycombo(string) and a associated function to execute on triggering.
Returns a hotkey object, look further down for reference
var findHotkey = lavaKadd'ctrl+alt+f' find;var computeHotkey = lavaKadd'shift+c'//compute//compute//compute
Takes a keycombo(string) same as add, and removes all associated functions.
var findHotkey = lavaKadd'ctrl+alt+f' find;var findHotkey2 = lavaKadd'ctrl+alt+f' find2;lavaKremove'ctrl+alt+f'
Be carefull as this removes ALL associated functions. If you need to add several functions to the same keycombo and enable/disable them according to a specific state; you should use the hotkey.enable() and hotkey.disable().
Creating a new hotkey with lavaK.add() returns a lavaK object with functions for disabling the hotkey and reenabling it. You can assign more than one function to a given key combo, and disable/enable them individually.
Enables the given hotkey
var findHotkey = lavaKadd'ctrl+alt+f' find;findHotkeyenable;
Disables the given hotkey
var findHotkey = lavaKadd'ctrl+alt+f' find;findHotkeydisable;
You can integrate lavaK into your project in several ways.
npm install lavaK
lavaK is then bound directly to the context, in this instance window. And you can access it everywhere in your code. This is the quick and dirty way.
You can require it with and AMD module loader, for example requirejs.
Or you can include it into your ender build by using:
ender build lavaKorender add lavaK
The lavaK API is then available at the ender global $ or can be required with enders require function.
var lavaK = require'lavaK' //require//or$lavaK