Nice job, but it's going to be hard to activate if there aren't any hot keys yet. As for how to add them. There's a function called GetAsyncKeyState(). Look it up, if you know what you're doing and didn't copy and paste this, you should be fine.
There's another way to do it. Using SetWindowsHookEx() and hook the keyboard, then wait for key presses. But that's rather confusing for just hotkeys.
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