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OS 10.4 - Function keys for quick text


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I'm used to using the F1-F12 keys to punch in frequent text segments like email, address, user name, etc on my old PC using Hotkeyz. Is there a similar tool for OSX? I didn't realize how used to having those I was until switching over full time. thx
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