Moving on from a feature already posted here, "Keyboard short cuts", I have been chatting with one of the software engineers who mentioned not only can you customise keyboard settings, but you can save these settings and export them to other PC's.
Please download, unzip and save the attached file "DEMO KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS.pskeys" file
To explain, as mentioned previously, open PicoScope (demo mode is fine) select TOOLS-PREFERENCES-KEYBOARDS and click on the arrow adjacent to "User" inside the "Select keyboard map" text box.
Click on "import", locate and double click the file you have downloaded and saved above. (.pskeys file)
Click on "Apply" and then "OK".
The Keyboard "Shortcuts" screen will now close and you will be returned to the scope screen.
Now for the magic, run your scope and note by pressing keys Q, W, E,and R, will activate Channels A,B,C and D respectfully
Pressing keys 1,2,3,and 4 will increase the voltage ranges for Channels A,B,C and D
Pressing keys A,S,D, and F will decrease the voltage range for Channels A,B,C and D
Pressing keys "O" will increase the time divisions and key "P" will decrease the time divisions.
The above settings have now been configured from the pskeys file you downloaded and imported above.
By dragging your finger across keys Q,W,E, and R you can now switch on all channels with just a stroke and there is a clever hidden function when pressing keys 1,2,3, or 4 when your channels are inactive. (Remember your scope needs to be running)
Of course you do not need to keep the settings as you can customize your own.
For access to all the customization options ensure you "tick" the check box "Show Full Key List" on the "Keyboard short Cut" screen when you customise each key to a particular scope function.
Once you have customised your keyboard remember to click on "Apply" and then "Export"
Once you click on "Export" you can give your customisation a name and save as a .pskeys file. Now you can share this file between PC's using the "import" function or even share amongst other users.