Difference between revisions of "Keyboard shortcuts"

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* F9: View the file associated with the [[Glossary:Component|component]]. For example, if you use MS Office, ''F9'' on rich text components will start editing your texts in MS Word, and ''F9'' on HTML components will use your default browser to view your HTML texts (see also: ''Ctrl+F9'' for editing files)
 
* F9: View the file associated with the [[Glossary:Component|component]]. For example, if you use MS Office, ''F9'' on rich text components will start editing your texts in MS Word, and ''F9'' on HTML components will use your default browser to view your HTML texts (see also: ''Ctrl+F9'' for editing files)
 
* F11
 
* F11
** Random review in [[Glossary:Collection|collection]] or [[browser]]
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** Random review in [[Glossary:Collection|collection]], branch of the [[Glossary:Knowledge tree|knowledge tree]], or [[browser]]
 
** Random jump/pick in a [[Glossary:Registry|registry]] or [[tasklist manager]]
 
** Random jump/pick in a [[Glossary:Registry|registry]] or [[tasklist manager]]
 
* F12: Sleep and learning timeline ('''[[Toolkit menu|Toolkit]] : [[Sleep Chart]]''')
 
* F12: Sleep and learning timeline ('''[[Toolkit menu|Toolkit]] : [[Sleep Chart]]''')

Revision as of 04:41, 12 March 2019

Mouse shortcuts

  • Click: edit component (e.g. to edit text)
  • Shift+Click: Edit file (e.g. to edit pictures)
  • Ctrl+Click: Ctrl+click: View file associated with the component (e.g. to view a picture in the default viewer). In HTML components, Ctrl+click works like in Internet Explorer (e.g. select paragraph or word, follow hyperlink, etc.)
  • Alt+Click: switch components (or element) between presentation, editing and dragging modes

Single keys

Function keys

Shift+key

Ctrl+key

Alt+key

Shift+Ctrl+key

Ctrl+Alt+key

Shift+Alt+key

Ctrl+Alt+Shift+key

  • Ctrl+Alt+Shift+F12: Move one SuperMemo difficulty level down (see: Ctrl+Alt+F12)