One option I use in these circumstances is to arrange the clips so
that the one you want to summon with a shortcut is near the top of the
library, or the only one in the library that begins with a certain
letter, say, in your case "p". Then summon the clip in context with
the Esc command. So "Esc P" is going to summon your clip, then you
just press enter and it runs.
Other people I know use numbers. If the clip name starts with "1"
then, "Esc 1" will summon it.
That's the only way I know to keep your hands on the keyboard when
running clips, other than the cumbersome "Shft-F4" and then scroll to
the clip you want, or start typing its name.
--- In email@example.com, Lee Underwood <leeu@c...> wrote:
> Just a question that I think I already know the answer to:
> Is it possible to create shortcuts for clips. For instance, I have a
> that places HTML paragraph tags around highlighted text. Could I
> shortcut like CTRL+P? (I'm guessing not but you never know ...)