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Hello! I'm trying to create a global mute key that will only mute the computer while I'm holding down the key. In this case I want to use Command+****+S. I'm trying to setup speakables and want the computer to mute when I hold down the command I've chosen to activate voice control (again, Command+****+S). I've looked around and haven't found the help I'm looking for. Thank you in advance for your advice!
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