Not at all. I have "recorded" and then tweaked many AutoIt macros alreday for my work (opening projects in various systems, starting and logging into various multi-step applications, even the backup macro for the DW wiki), so can safely say this would not be hard at all.
There is of course the question of individual screen size per each user, but I could check into determining the DW window size upon macro execution and adjust the required coordinates for mouse-clicking I guess...
So the main question is - what are the most commonly used "features" - e.g. reports or windows or actions, that could have a key combination assigned externally?
EDIT: The AutoIt macros can indeed be recorded (what you type, into which window, where you move the mouse, where you click etc.), plus there are many low-level system commands available, so you can literally create an application in AutoIt, if you know enough. The recording makes it especially easy to get something done quickly.
< Message edited by joeyeti -- 6/12/2013 8:59:12 PM >