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¿How does the Blender User achieve a shortcut for custom operator in Pose Mode?

Problem


An operator was created and is functional for the past hour or so. A Shortcut Key was desired. The operator name appears in [pose mode] menu Pose. Operator use with the mouse is successful. Attempt is made to create short cut with the Add Shortcut menu depicted below. Key Binding does not appear which is a problem. Key Binding = Shortcut in this description.

Other investigations, attempts and successes


Key binding in [object mode] is successful. Operator use is successful in menus. Specials Menu and Python Console and Python dir command.

Key Binding attempted in [Pose Mode] creates Key Binding in [Object Mode]

enter image description here The image above shows a simple operator template supplied by Blender for the text editor and then modified.

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Add Shortcut depicted in the image above.

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User Preference image above.

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Object Mode with Short Cut. Image above.

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closed as off-topic by David Sep 5 '16 at 19:01

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Manually employ User preferences will do the job. Settings below. This is not the only method. Complications will be in a different question.

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