Translate host action keys (xlatehostkeys attribute)

The xlatehostkeys attribute indicates whether the macro runtime is to interpret action key names (such as [copy], [enter], [tab], and so on) in the input sequence as action keys or as literal sequences of characters. The default is true (interpret the action key names as action keys).

For example, suppose that the input key sequence is '[up][up]Hello world' and that the text cursor is at row 4, column 10. If the xlatehostkeys attribute is true, then in performing this input sequence the macro runtime moves the text cursor up two rows and then types Hello world beginning at row 2, column 10. In contrast, if the xlatehostkeys attribute is false, then the macro runtime types [up][up]Hello world beginning at row 4, column 10.