What if you want add bindings which are not specific to a document type. Do you really have to include them in all configuration files?
What if you really hate some of the default bindings of XXE? Do you really have to stop using XXE?
The answer is no to both questions. Simply add your generic bindings to a file called
customize.xxe anywhere XXE can find it. For example, create this file in the
addon/ subdirectory of your user preferences directory. XXE user preferences directory is:
on the Mac.
on Windows. Example:
If you cannot see the "
AppData" directory using Microsoft Windows File Manager, turn on Tools>Folder Options>View>File and Folders>Show hidden files and folders.
For more information about how XXE finds its configuration files, please read Section 1, “Dynamic discovery of add-ons”.
If several configuration files called
customize.xxe are found, their contents are merged with a higher priority to
customize.xxe files found in the user preferences directory.
A very useful sample
customize.xxe may be downloaded and installed using XXE add-on manager ( → ). Excerpt of this sample
. . . <binding> <keyPressed code="ESCAPE" /> <charTyped char="l" /> <command name="convertCase" parameter="lower" /> </binding> <binding> <keyPressed code="ESCAPE" /> <charTyped char="u" /> <command name="convertCase" parameter="upper" /> </binding> <command name="insertCommandOutput"> <macro> <sequence> <command name="run" /> <command name="insertString" parameter="%_" /> </sequence> </macro> </command> <binding> <keyPressed code="ESCAPE" /> <charTyped char="!" /> <command name="insertCommandOutput" /> </binding> . . .
Defining a binding in
 Yours truly cannot use XXE without it.