Can I change the keyboard shortcut to translate within applications?
Yes. It is possible to set a custom shortcut other than the default shortcut Ctrl+F9 to trigger the translation within applications feature of the Windows app.
You can do so in the DeepL for Windows settings, under Enable translation within applications. To set your shortcut, your combination must include a modifier key (Ctrl) and an alphanumeric key (character, digit, or spacebar).
We recommend that you do not choose key combinations which are already used by other applications.