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Where does LTspice keep its settings?

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owiecc:

--- Quote from: ono on December 16, 2021, 09:30:09 pm ---I just started playing with LTspice on Mac [...] and unfortunately I confirm looking at LTspice disassembly that key handling (including function keys) is hardcoded in [ASCview keyDown:] method

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That is a pretty hardcore way to start playing :) Maybe write an email to LTSpice support. They are quite responsive and maybe that is an easy fix for them.

For now take a look at Keyboard Maestro. Pretty easy to customise all the keystrokes. 

RoGeorge:
Most of the settings and keybindings can be configured from the LTspice GUI menu:

Tools -> Control Panel -> Drafting Options -> Hot Keys

ono:

--- Quote from: RoGeorge on December 18, 2021, 02:50:58 pm ---Most of the settings and keybindings can be configured from the LTspice GUI menu:
Tools -> Control Panel -> Drafting Options -> Hot Keys

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The catch is that Hot Keys customization exists only on Windows :(

RoGeorge:
I'm running LTspice on Linux (Kubuntu 20.04 LTS), using the Windows version of LTspice installed on Linux with the help of WINE, and the keys customization is working just fine.

Wine project is available for either Linux and BSD, https://www.winehq.org/, so I guess it should also work on Mac.  I don't have a Mac, but you made me curious.

What happens if you install WINE on your Mac, then download LTspice for Windows, and open (run) the downloaded LTspice installer (.exe) using wine?

(from a terminal, type "wine LTspice64.exe", as a normal user, and that should install LTspice under wine)

johan162:
For those of you using the OSX version of LTSpice I have created a new theme manager available here:

https://github.com/johan162/ltspice-osx-themes

It makes it possible to both load a pre-defined theme for use in LTSpice but also save an existing configuration of LTSpice as a new theme. It comes with 5 different pre-defined themes as default . See preview of the themes here: https://github.com/johan162/ltspice-osx-themes#theme-reference-screenshots)

It is quite easy to use as the following two example show:

Example use to set the pre-defined color theme "softdark":

--- Code: ---$> themeltspice.sh softdark
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Example use to store the current color setting as the new theme "mytheme"

--- Code: ---$> themeltspice.sh -d mytheme
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