What do abbreviations or keywords like <*5>, <E>, <INS> mean?
These abbreviations are used to display all no-displayable characters and some additional information.
|<*3>, <*4>, <*5>, etc.||Identify repetition of an immediately preceding character, example: w<*3> means "www".|
|<COPY>, <FIND>, <SAVE>, <PASTE>, <CUT>, <UNDO>||Common combinations of CTRL key and C, F, S, V, X, Z characters, accordingly.|
|<BS>, <E>, <TAB>, <INS>, <DEL>, <WIN>, <HOME>, <END>, <P>||No printable keys: "backspace", "enter (new line)", "tab", "insert", "delete", "windows key", "home", "end", "pause" - accordingly.|
|<L>, <R>, <U>, <D>||Arrows keys: left, right, up, down - accordingly.|
|<F1>, <F2>, <F3>, etc.||Function keys, from F1-F12.|
|<PROCESS>...</PROCESS>||Currently active process identified by "PID#Name", process ID and name.|
|<WINDOW>...</WINDOW>||Currently active window identified by "HWND#Title" window handle and title.|
|<CLIPBOARD>...</CLIPBOARD>||Current content of the clipboard.|
Note: These mappings are valid as of version 3.2 and may change in future.