Support guide How to set custom shortcuts in Helperbird

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Today we will walk you through how to to do it. First, you will need to download Helperbird and
install it on your browser. You can use it on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Now
that you have it installed. Open the develop tool menu like in the photo below.

Open the develop tool menu like in the photo below

Open the develop tool menu like in the photo below

This will open the a new tab. This is the extension page, now on this page, you will need to click
on the left menu. A slide menu will open. At the bottom, click the Keyboard shortcuts.

A slide menu will open. At the bottom, click the Keyboard shortcuts.

A slide menu will open. At the bottom, click the Keyboard shortcuts.

On this page, you will see the options for the four different shortcuts. Click on the inputs and
press the keys you want to trigger in Helperbird. Thats it. The one limit of Chrome, is we can only
have four shortcuts.

Click the first book icon in the toolbar to load immersive reader.

Click the first book icon in the toolbar to load immersive reader.