This RPA tutorials shows how to start a macro from a Windows shortcut, and then assign a Global shortcut key to it. This way the RPA software starts to run whenever you press the key combination - no matter which application is currently in front. This is especially useful for Windows desktop automation.
For the RPA command line parameters please see https://ui.vision/rpa/docs#cmd
In this example video we used:
When the shortcut is created, right-click on it and choose Properties . Click in the Shortcut key box, enter your chosen keystroke combination, and click OK to confirm. Note that your custom combination has to start with Ctrl+Alt , after which you can add a letter, number, or function key.