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Also < is "prev" and > is "next" if you do them with shift (i.e., comma and period).

Not using the shift key with the comma/period appears to work too.

Looking back at that JavaScript code, these are the keys that the script checks for:

13 = Enter - (next)
220 = "\" - (prev)
188 = "," (aka the "<" key) - (prev)
190 = "." (aka ">") - (next)

Note, after some experimentation, pressing Shift-Period (to get a ">") generates 2 keycode events: 16 for the Shift key (which is ignored) and 190 for the period key (".") which the script uses. Similar for Shift-Comma, generating a 16 and 188.

  - Sri

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