Got a problem add new command to MoI

 From:  Michael Gibson
907.2 In reply to 907.1 
Hi Lish - make sure you have closed MoI before editing the moi.ini file directly.

When MoI exits, it will write out its settings to the moi.ini file. So if you edit in notepad while MoI is still open, and then close MoI afterwards, it is possible for MoI to overwrite your direct edits in the ini file.

That's the only thing that I can think of that would cause your problem, it looks like you have done everything correctly there.

It is now possible to edit shortcut keys directly from inside MoI by going to Options / Shortcut keys - that's now a better way to do it than editing moi.ini directly. Probably if you check there, your alt+c is not present anymore - add it there as a new entry and you should be set.

Please let me know if it still isn't working.

- Michael