SHORTSTOOL Browse through User Shortcut Toolbar
To extend the desktop facilities such as shortcuts and command history browsing when JAVA Vitrual machine is not running Works with compiled standalone version/guiSometimes useful, if you are the one like me who often run MATLAB in NODESKTOP/NOJVM mode for final execution of code, but miss the desktop feature badly. Since as I know, java can't be turned on or off in the same MATLAB session.
You could look at my shortcuts.xml file, and you will be surprised to see how extensively I use the new Shortcuts toolbar feature shortstool also works with Standalone version, provided that you include shortcutsxml.mat and history.mat during compilation along with shortstool.m Right click on the menu listbox item will display selected contents to command window, as well as will copy them to clipboard if java is present
Please See: the help portion for more details.
Copyright: Md Rezaul Karim, 2005. firstname.lastname@example.org , Kyoto University, Japan
Md Rezaul Karim (2019). SHORTSTOOL: Browse through User Shortcut Toolbar (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/8432-shortstool-browse-through-user-shortcut-toolbar), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Inspired by: XML4MAT v2.0