Displays the hotkeys in use by the current script, whether their subroutines are currently running, and whether or not they use the keyboard or mouse hook.
This command is equivalent to selecting the View->Hotkeys menu item in the main window.
If a hotkey has been disabled via the Hotkey command, it will be listed as OFF or PART ("PART" means that only some of the hotkey's variants are disabled).
[v1.1.16+]: If any of a hotkey's variants have a non-zero #InputLevel, the level (or minimum and maximum levels) are displayed.
If any of a hotkey's subroutines are currently running, the total number of threads is displayed for that hotkey.
Finally, the type of hotkey is also displayed, which is one of the following:
reg: The hotkey is implemented via the operating system's RegisterHotkey() function.
reg(no): Same as above except that this hotkey is inactive (due to being unsupported, disabled, or suspended).
k-hook: The hotkey is implemented via the keyboard hook.
m-hook: The hotkey is implemented via the mouse hook.
2-hooks: The hotkey requires both the hooks mentioned above.
joypoll: The hotkey is implemented by polling the joystick at regular intervals.
#InstallKeybdHook, #InstallMouseHook, #UseHook, KeyHistory, ListLines, ListVars, #MaxThreadsPerHotkey, #MaxHotkeysPerInterval