Create hotkeys that will run DFHack commands.
Like any other command, it can be used at any time from the console, but
bindings are not remembered between runs of the game unless re-created in
Hotkeys can be any combinations of Ctrl/Alt/Shift with A-Z, 0-9, F1-F12, or ` (the key below the Esc key on most keyboards).
Show some useful information, including the current game context.
keybinding list <key>
List bindings active for the key combination.
keybinding clear <key> [<key>...]
Remove bindings for the specified keys.
keybinding add <key> "<cmdline>" ["<cmdline>" ...]
Add bindings for the specified key.
keybinding set <key> "<cmdline>" ["<cmdline>" ...]
Clear, and then add bindings for the specified key.
<key> parameter above has the following case-sensitive syntax:
KEY part can be any recognized key and  denote
When multiple commands are bound to the same key combination, DFHack selects
the first applicable one. Later
add commands, and earlier entries within one
add command have priority. Commands that are not specifically intended for
use as a hotkey are always considered applicable.
context part in the key specifier above can be used to explicitly
restrict the UI state where the binding would be applicable.
Only bindings with a
context tag that either matches the current context
fully, or is a prefix ending at a
/ boundary would be considered for
execution, i.e. when in context
foo/bar/baz, keybindings restricted to any
@foo, or none will be active.
Multiple contexts can be specified by separating them with a pipe (
|) - for
@foo|bar|baz/foo would match anything under
Commands like liquids or tiletypes cannot be used as hotkeys since they require the console for interactive input.
keybinding add Ctrl-Shift-C hotkeys
Bind Ctrl-Shift-C to run the hotkeys command on any screen at any time.
keybinding add Alt-F@dwarfmode gui/quickfort
Bind Alt-F to run gui/quickfort, but only when on a screen that shows the main map.
keybinding add Ctrl-Shift-Z@dwarfmode/Default "stocks show"
Bind Ctrl-Shift-Z to run stocks show, but only when on the main map in the default mode (that is, no special mode, like cursor look, is enabled).