- CrackBerry Newbie
12-03-12, 09:17 PM #1376
- 9 Posts
Okay, this is driving me crazy. I've got my 9930 and I just got my NFC tags in and I want to program a tag to check me in on foursquare and change the sound profile (i.e. check me in at home and turn the ringer on or check me in at the office and turn the ringer off). I can do the sound profile change but I cannot for the life of me figure out how to configure shortcutme to check me into my house on foursquare.
- CrackBerry User
01-11-13, 05:02 PM #1378
- 31 Posts
Anyone know how to resize the battery meter? Since the new upgrade, it seems I know longer have the ability to resize it.
I found this out because I tried the 3 other available battery meter icons - none of them actively evolved to show battery remaining status so I decided I wanted the default meter back. Well, I found no option to select default battery meter. I emailed SCM support (and PM'd him on here) but got no response - so I figured out a workaround myself. I uninstalled SCM and reinstalled it and I got my default battery meter back. I still can't resize it - it's tiny!
Anyone seeing this as well?
- CrackBerry Abuser
01-12-13, 07:46 AM #1379
- 258 Posts
Handy ShortcutMe 5.0 Macro Shortcuts
Need a macro to automate the following :
1. Open a particular excel file.
Edit cell D4 with today's date (set as dd in auto text)
Save the file.
2. Compose an email containing the excel(edited) file.
Send it to two recipients.
Subject : from auto text (predefined)
Body : from auto text (predefined)
- 04-11-13, 03:54 PM #1380
Very nice job this app..
I have two questions, could somebody help ?
First, I could not find how ShortCutMe and MyOwnHotKeys work together. Any clue ?
Second, is there a macro that cleans all notifications of the home screen (missed calls, received mails, etc.) ?
Thanx by advance.
- 04-13-13, 10:00 AM #1381
Set 1xW to ShortcutMe and set 1xW to WON in MyOwnHotkeys.
How do you clean notifications manually?
- 04-14-13, 05:08 PM #1382
Except for Application Resource Monitor, that does not appear in the application list of SCM (neither does it work when entered manually in the options menu).
- CrackBerry Newbie
08-25-13, 05:45 AM #1385
- 4 Posts
My thumb is worn from scrolling.
Can the Volume key be enlisted as a shortcut - to trigger a cursur movment simulation?
note i'm not trying to trigger a macro called VOLUPKey
rather, use that tactile "volume up/down" key as the hotkey for a macro. (NavMoveUp)
Is this possible?
i didn't see the volume buttons in the list of hotkeys... help