Merges the selected nodes by connecting their outputs to a Merge node. This functionality is the same as selecting Edit Merge Selected Nodes from the Node Graph tab menu. Displays the right-click node creation menu at the current mouse location. Creates PrimitiveCreate nodes in the Node Graph, with their name and nodeType parameters set to match a specific type of primitive.
Toggles showing expression links within the Node Graph. When selected, nodes that derive their parameters via an expression that references another node have this relationship shown via a black dashed line. Replaces the currently selected node with a node selected from the node creation menu without disconnecting it, which is displayed when the key is pressed. Typing additional characters filters the displayed list.
Return or Enter. When the pointer is over a node, opens a pop-up to edit the name of that node. Swaps inputs one and two on the node below the mouse pointer on a 2-input node. Displays the node type of the node below the mouse pointer. Displays the node creation menu. Ungroups all nodes from within the currently selected Group node and brings them into the current view, deleting the Group node. Makes the currently selected node the view node for the scene graph. After pressing this key, the Scene Graph tab displays a snapshot of the scene at that point within the script.
Removes all connections to or from the selected node, extracting it from the node tree. Expression references to or from the node remain unchanged. Aligns selected nodes. Parameters Shortcuts. Toggles the disabled state of node. Adjusts parameter value in Parameters tab. Adjusts parameter value finer grain. Adjusts parameter value coarser grain. Python Console Shortcuts. Execute entered script.
Scene Graph Shortcuts. Collapses All Collapses branch. Expands All Expands branch. Selects first child location of focused location Expands location. Selects parent location of focused location Collapses location. Selects all child locations of selected parent locations. Moves selection up. Moves selection down. Working Sets Sets states of selected locations to be Included. Working Sets Sets states of selected locations to be Included with Children.
Working Sets Sets states of selected locations to be Excluded. Working Sets Sets states of selected locations to be Excluded with Children. Working Sets Resets states of selected locations to their minimum allowed states. Timebar Shortcuts. Selects parent locations of selected child locations. Sets global in from current frame. Sets global out from current frame. Zooms in and out of timeline. Ctrl Left Arrow. Move the current frame to the previous keyframe. Selects a new active range.
Ctrl Right Arrow. Move the current frame to the next keyframe. Sets active range from global in out. Left Arrow Right Arrow. Decrement the current frame by Inc. Inc can be found on the Timeline. Increment the current frame by Inc. Zooms into and out of the active range. Viewer Shortcuts. Displays the manipulators. Adjusts the size of the manipulators. 0 Selection Subd level 0 base. 1 Selection Subd level 1.
2 Selection Subd level 2. 3 Selection Subd level 3. 4 Displays wireframe. 5 Displays shaded filmlook. 6 Displays shaded simple. 7 Displays all lights. A Toggle quick editor. 8 Displays selected lights. Mono mode, left right main view. Stereo mode. Backspace Selection history backward. Selection history forward. Displays proxies bounding box. Displays proxies geometry. Displays both proxies bounding box and geometry. Removes object from selection. Removes objects from selection.
Adds object to selection. Ctrl Shift LMB drag. Adds objects to selection. Turn on and off the Monitor Layer in the Hydra Viewer. Shift Page Up When the Monitor Layer in the Hydra Viewer is enabledthis selects the previous available AOV. Shift Page Down When the Monitor Layer in the Hydra Viewer is enabledthis selects the next available AOV. Shift Home When the Monitor Layer in the Hydra Viewer is enabledthis toggles between the default and last selected AOV.
Toggles between the perspective and orthographic views for the default persp camera. Makes rotate world manipulators appear. Pressing D a second time makes the rotate world manipulators appear around the COI. E Makes rotate manipulators appear. Esc Removes all manipulators from view. G Displays grid. H Hides selection. LMB Selects object. N Displays normals. P Pins manipulator. Q Removes all transform manipulators from view. S Makes translate world manipulators appear.
Pressing it repeatedly toggles between the Translate world and Translate Around COI manipulators. Displays annotations. T Changes background color to black. Changes background color to gray. Changes background color to white. Tab Displays the manipulator measurement tool. U Unhides selection. Look through the selected object. W Makes transform manipulators appear. Switches the camera to look along the positive axis, aligned with the Center of Interest. The COI position and distance are maintained and the camera can be panned and tumbled as a perspective camera.
Switches the camera to look along that negative axis, aligned with the Center of Interest. Sorry you didn t find this helpful. Why wasn t this helpful. check all that apply. R Makes scale manipulators appear. If you can t find what you re looking for or you have a workflow question, please try Foundry Support.
If you have any thoughts on how we can improve our learning content, please email the Documentation team using the button below. Thanks for taking time to give us feedback. Less Annoying CRM has keyboard shortcuts that can be used to navigate the CRM without using your mouse. For example, rather than moving your mouse to click on the Search option in the navigation bar, you can simply press a few keys to open the search bar directly. Similarly, if you re adding a new contact instead of moving your hand to your mouse to click Create contact, you can press a few keys to save it.
The keyboard shortcuts fall into a few common categories, and can always be accessed by pressing Ctrl Command K in the CRM. Please note the shortcuts will differ slightly depending on whether you use a PC or a Mac. The PC option is listed first here, followed by the Mac option. Navigation Shortcuts. Search Alt Option 1 Workspace Alt Option 2 Contacts Alt Option 3 Calendar Alt Option 4 Reports Alt Option 5 Settings Alt Option 6.
Create New Shortcuts. Task Alt Option Shift 2 Contact Alt Option Shift 3 Company Ctrl Command Alt Option Shift 3 Event Alt Option Shift 4. Calendar Shortcuts. Next Day Week Month Ctrl Command right arrow key Previous Day Week Month Ctrl Command left arrow key. If you re in the Agenda view, you ll need to change views before using the shortcuts.
Please note the calendar shortcuts will only work in the Day, Week, or Month views. Close pop-up dialog Esc Save form Ctrl Command Enter. Now you can try using shortcuts to more quickly navigate the CRM for everything from viewing your calendar to adding a new company. You can quickly access common tools and commands using your keyboard. Many of the shortcuts are the same as those that you use in other apps such as C to copy. You ll find many of the shortcuts listed next to menu items and in the list below.
For complete flexibility, you can customize keyboard shortcuts to your own way of working. Operations shortcuts. Action Key Constrain the movement of an object horizontally, vertically or diagonally -drag Select multiple objects -click Select overlapped object -click Cycle Selection Box. Change opacity for selected layer or Brush tools in Pixel Persona numeric keys 4 4043 43etc.
Erase with Pixel Tool Pixel Persona only Switch between Stroke Fill or Color 1 Color 2 color selectors Color and Swatches panels X Swap Stroke Fill or Color 1 Color 2 color selectors X X Set Stroke Fill or Color 1 Color 2 color selectors and any vector objects that are selected to black and white, respectively D Set No fill on Stroke Fill or Color 1 Color 2 color selectors International and selected keyboards only Modify attribute listed on a panel or dialog Drag attribute text label Toggle Snapping.
Action Curve drawing Key Edit line or brush strokes as you draw paint Creates cusp node sharp corner -drag control handle Snap a line s control handle to 45В intervals -drag control handle Select next node on a curve Select previous node on a curve. Action Painting Key Decrease increase brush width Pixel Persona only Decrease increase brush width with on-screen readout -drag left right Right mouse button press drag left right Decrease increase brush hardness with on-screen readout Pixel Persona only -drag up down Right mouse button press drag up down Paint a brush stroke along a straight line click then -click.
File shortcuts. Action Key New Document N N New From Clipboard N N Open Document O O Close Document Close App when no documents open W W Switch Document View Save S S Save As S S Export S S Document Setup P P Print P P. Tools shortcuts. Action General and Designer Persona Key Fill tool G Transparency tool Y Move tool V Node tool A Point Transform tool F View tool H Corner tool C Pen tool P Pencil tool N Zoom tool Z Vector Brush tool B Rectangle, Ellipse, and Rounded Rectangle tools cycle M Artistic and Frame text tools cycle T Color Picker Tool I.
Action Pixel Persona only Key Paint Brush and Pixel tools cycle B Erase Brush E Selection Brush W Marquee Selection tools cycle M Freehand Selection tool L Dodge and Burn brushes cycle O Flood Fill tool G. Action Export Persona only Key Slice Tool S Slice Selection tool L. Edit shortcuts. Action Key Undo Z Z Redo Z Y Paste Style V V Paste FX V V Paste Inside V V Paste Without Format V V.
Object control shortcuts. Action Key Group G G Ungroup G G Duplicate J J Move to Front Move Forward One Move to Back Move Back One Move Inside G G Move Outside G G Show All H H Lock L L Unlock L L Unlock All L L New Pixel Layer N N Convert to Curves. Action Key Show Character T T Show Typography T T Spelling Options ;. Action Navigation Key Moves insertion point one character left Left Left Moves insertion point one character right Right Right Moves insertion point to start of word Left Left Moves insertion point to end of word Right Right Moves insertion point to start of line Home Home Moves insertion point to end of line End End Moves insertion point to start of text frame Home Home Moves insertion point to end of text frame End End Moves insertion point to start of current paragraph Moves insertion point to start of next paragraph.
Add the key to shortcuts that move the insertion point to also select text between the insertion point s start and end positions. Action Transforming Key Move with horizontal, vertical or diagonal constraint -drag Rotate in 15 intervals -drag rotation corner handle Rotate around opposite corner -drag corner handle Drag corner handle then hold down right mouse button Cancel a sizing, moving, or creating operation Resize vector objects, maintaining aspect ratio -drag from a corner handle Resize an object from its center -drag from a corner handle Mirror shearing -drag Nudging arrow keys Nudging 10x measurement units -arrow keys.
From the main window File menu, select Options. To open the Options window, Keyboard shortcuts tab. The Options dialog opens. Click on the Keyboard shortcuts tab. This page defines a number of key combinations to perform certain operations in PhraseExpander. Use and customize these key combinations to perform common tasks quickly.
Toggle keystroke detection CTRL SHIFT F10. Enable Disable PhraseExpander keystroke detection. Display the Quick Find window to quickly search for phrases. Edit last executed phrase. Edit the last executed phrase or autocorrect. Universal Spell Checker. Check the spelling for the selected text. Displays the Clipboard History.
New phrase from selected text. Create a new phrase from the selected text. New phrase from the current application. Create a new phrase to launch the active application. New autocorrect from selected text. Create a new autocorrect from the selected text. Extract phrases from the selected text CTRL SHIFT Iqoption github. Analyze and extract phrases from the selected text.
The following table lists the keyboard shortcuts built into ImageJ. You can create additional shortcuts, or override built in shortcuts, by creating simple macros and adding them to the StartupMacros file. You can also assign a function key to a menu command using Plugins Shortcuts Create Shortcut. Except when using the text tool, you do not need to hold down the control key to use a keyboard shortcut.
New Image n Create new image or stack New Text Window shift n Create new text window New System Clipboard shift v Create image from system clipboard Open o Open TIFF, GIF, JPEG, BMP, DICOM, FITS, etc. Open Next shift o Open next image in folder Open Samples shift b Opens Blobs example image Close w Close the active window Save s Save active image in Tiff format Revert r Revert to saved version of image Print p Print active image Undo z Undo last operation Cut x Copy selection to internal clipboard and clear Copy c Copy selection to internal clipboard Paste v Paste contents of internal clipboard Clear backspace Erase selection to background color Fill f Fill selection in foreground color Draw d Draw selection Invert shift i Invert image or selection Selection Select All a Select entire image Selection Select None shift a Delete selection Selection Restore shift e Restore previous selection Selection Add to Manager t Add selection to ROI Manager Adjust Contrast shift c Adjust brightness and contrast Adjust Threshold shift t Adjust threshold levels Show Info i Display information about active image Properties shift p Display image properties Color Color Picker shift k Open Color Picker Stacks Next Slice or Go to next stack slice Stacks Previous Slice Reslice Reslice stack Stacks Animation Start stop stack animation Hyperstacks Channels shift z Open Channels tool Hyperstacks or Next hyperstack channel Hyperstacks Next hyperstack slice Hyperstacks ctrl Next hyperstack frame Hyperstacks alt In or Make image larger Zoom Out - or Make image smaller Zoom Original Scale 4 Revert to original zoom level Zoom View 100 5 Zoom to 1 1 Smooth shift s 3x3 unweighted smoothing Repeat Command shift r Repeat previous command Measure m Display statistics about active image or selection Histogram h Display histogram of active image or selection Plot Profile k Display density profile plot of current selection Gels Select First 1 Select first gel lane Gels Select Next 2 Select next gel lane Gels Plot Lanes 3 Plot gel lanes Macros Install shift m Install a macro set Utilities Capture Screen shift g Grab screenshot Utilities Find Commands l List, find and launch commands Show All shift f Make all windows visible Put Behind tab Switch to next image window ImageJ enter Bring ImageJ window to front.
File Open Next Open Previous File Revert Don t show dialog Edit Copy Copy to system clipboard Edit Draw Draw and label Image Adjust Threshold Adjusting Min also adjusts Max Image Color RGB Split Keep original image Image Stacks Add Slice Insert before current slice Image Stacks Next Slice Skip nine slices Image Stacks Previous Slice Skip nine slices Image Stacks Start Animation Show options dialog Image Duplicate Don t show dialog Process Equalize Do classic histogram equalization Process Subtract Background Show background image Analyze Histogram Show dialog Analyze Plot Profile For rect.
selections, generate row average plot Analyze Plot Profile For wide straight lines, display rotated contents Analyze Gels Select First Lane Assume lanes are horizontal Analyze Tools Analyze Line Graph Show intermediate image Analyze Tools Roi Manager Add Name and add selection Plugins Utilities ImageJ Properties List all Java properties Plugins Utilities Monitor Memory Simulate 640x480 frame grabber Plugins Compile and Run Display dialog Any User Plugin Load using new class loader.
Area selection tool Subtract this selection from the previous one Polygon selection tool Alt-click on a node to delete it Straight line tool Rotate resize the line about its center Segmented line tool Alt-click on a node to delete it Point tool Alt-click on a point to delete it Color picker tool Alt-click to pick up background color All tools Show location and size in pixels.
Shift Key Modifications. Image Adjust Threshold Adjusting Min also adjusts Max Image Zoom In Do not enlarge window Analyze Histogram Display log histogram Analyze Tools Roi Manager Add Draw and add selection Macros in Plugin menu Open instead of run. Rectangle and Oval selection tools Force selection to be square Area selection tool Add this selection to previous one Polygon selection tool Shift-click on a node to duplicate it Segmented line selection tool Shift-click on a node to duplicate it Point selection tool Shift-click to add a point.
Space Bar Modifications. The up and down arrow keys zoom the image in and out. If there is a selection, you must also hold down either the shift or the control key. Requires v1. The right and left arrow keys subsitute for for moving through a stack. If there is a selection, you must also hold down the shift key. With hyperstacks, the right and left arrow keys change the channel.
Hold down the control key to move through the slices and the alt key to move through the frames. Alt Key Modifications. Mode s SQL Editor runs using the Ace Editor library, and we have enabled most of the default keyboard shortcuts for things like commenting or indenting blocks of text. We ve also added some Mode-specific keyboard shortcuts. Action Mac PC Run query Return Ctrl Enter Save query S Ctrl S Switch to Report Builder Ctrl I Alt I Indent Tab Tab Outdent Shift Tab Shift Tab Add multi-cursor above Ctrl Option Ctrl Alt Add multi-cursor below Ctrl Option Ctrl Alt Undo Z Ctrl Z Redo Y Ctrl Y Toggle comment Ctrl Change to lower case Ctrl Shift U Ctrl Shift U Change to upper case Ctrl U Ctrl U Fold selection F1 Ctrl F1 Unfold Shift F1 Ctrl Shift F1 Find F Ctrl F Replace Option F Ctrl H Find next G Ctrl K Find previous Shift G Ctrl Shift K Open autocomplete Ctrl Space Ctrl Space.
Action Mac PC Select All A Ctrl A Select left Shift Shift Select right Shift Shift Select word left Option Shift Ctrl Shift Select word right Option Shift Ctrl Shift Select to line start Shift Alt Shift Select to line end Shift Alt Shift Select up Shift Shift Select down Shift Shift Duplicate selection Shift D Ctrl Shift D. Action Mac PC Go to word left Option Ctrl Go to word right Option Ctrl Go line up Ctrl P Go line down Ctrl N Go to line start Alt Go to line end Shift Alt Go to start Ctrl Home Go to end Ctrl End.
Line operations. Action Mac PC Remove line D Ctrl D Copy lines down Option Shift Alt Shift Copy lines up Option Shift Alt Shift Move lines down Option Alt Move lines up Option Alt Remove to line end Ctrl K Remove to line start Backspace Alt Backspace Remove word left Option Backspace Ctrl Backspace Remove word right Option Delete Ctrl Delete. Report builder. Action Mac PC Bold B Ctrl B Italic I Ctrl I Underline U Ctrl U Link K Ctrl K Indent Tab Tab Outdent Shift Tab Shift Tab Top of container Ctrl Bottom of container Ctrl.
HTML editor. Action Mac PC Save update layout Enter Ctrl Enter Comment line selection Ctrl Indent Tab Tab Outdent Shift Tab Shift Tab Move lines down Option Alt Move lines up Option Alt Copy lines down Option Shift Alt Shift Copy lines up Option Shift Alt Shift. Action Mac PC Edit selected cell Return Enter Run cell Shift Return Shift Enter Select cell above K or K or Select cell below J or J or Insert cell above A A Insert cell below B B Move cell above Shift Option Shift Alt Move cell below Shift Option Shift Alt.
Code editor. Action Mac PC Code complete or indent Return Enter Select all A Ctrl A Undo Z Ctrl Z Redo Y Iqoption github Y Run cell Enter Ctrl Enter Insert cell below Option Enter Alt Enter. Last updated July 6, 2020. 208 Utah Street, Suite 400 San Francisco CA 94103. VMware Workstation 5. If you prefer to work from the keyboard as much as possible, you may find the following keyboard shortcuts handy. If you have changed the Preferences setting for the hot-key combination, substitute your new setting for Ctrl-Alt as needed in the shortcuts listed here.
Reset the power. Open a virtual machine. Close the summary console view for the selected virtual machine. A confirmation dialog appears only if the virtual machine is powered on. Edit the virtual machine s configuration. Grab input from keyboard and mouse. Go to full screen mode. Return to normal windowed mode. Switch among open virtual machines while mouse and keyboard input are grabbed. Switch among open virtual machines while mouse and keyboard input are not grabbed.
VMware Workstation must be the active application. Linux hosts Switch among open virtual machines while using full screen mode. Fx is a function key corresponding to the virtual machine you want to use. The key combination to use for a virtual machine is shown in the VMware Workstation title bar when that virtual machine is active and in normal windowed mode. Windows hosts For an additional similar functionality, see Using Full Screen Switch Mode.
D o you find it time consuming to always go to the menu bar with your mouse when you need to apply a common function. Well, for many common tasks you don t need to. You can use Keyboard Shortcuts. Keyboard shortcuts use the modifier keys the 3 to the left of the spacebar, shift, Fkeys and sometimes the Caps Lock in conjunction with intuitive letter keys. You hold down the modifier key s and then type the letter. You don t hit them all at the same time. For instance, to save in almost every program all you need to do is hold down the command key the key on either side of the spacebar, the one with the Apple on it and type S cmd S.
Here are the four most common modifier keys and how I will indicate them. cmd - the command key, the one right next to the spacebar. There is one on each side of the spacebar and they both act identically. opt - the option key, well labeled. crtl - the control key, well labeled. shft - the shift key, well labeled. FINDER KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS They must be used from the Finder, not from an application. cmd N - Create a new folder cmd Down Arrow - Open a File or Folder cmd O letter or cmd Down Arrow - Open a highlighted icon Tab - Select the next alphabetical icon shft Tab - Select the previous alphabetical icon Left Arrow in icon view only Select an icon to the left Right Arrow In icon view only - Select an icon to the right Up Arrow - Select an icon or file above Down Arrow - Select an icon or file below cmd D - Duplicate a selected item opt Up Arrow - Open parent window cmd W - Close the Active Window opt click on folder triangle list view - Expand Folder and all contained within it opt click on folder triangle list view - Collapse Folder and all contained within it cmd opt W - Close all open windows - or opt Close from the File menu or opt clicking any window s close box cmd dragging window s title bar - Move Inactive Window cmd I - Get Info cmd del - Move selection to the trash cmd opt while inserting disk - Rebuild Floppy Disk Desktop cmd opt Tab while inserting disk - Erase Floppy Disk opt drag - will make a copy of the item instead of just moving it.
Some of the most common shortcuts that are available to virtually all Mac programs are. cmd A - Select All items or text in active window cmd C - Copy the current selection to the clipboard cmd O - Open a file cmd P - Print the active window cmd Q - Quit the active application cmd S - Save the current file or document cmd V - Paste clipboard contents at current cursor position cmd W - Close active window cmd X - Cut the current selection, delete it from current window and put it on the clipboard cmd Z - Undo the last action.
Each application has many of it s own shortcuts. You will find many of them in the menus in the menu bar, more can usually be found in the help files. Here is the edit menu from the Finder. You can see the Keyboard shortcuts following the commands. Control Your Machine While Booting Up. shft - allows you to start up your Mac without extensions. C - allows you to force your Mac to boot from an internal CD-ROM drive. cmd opt - tells the Mac to rebuild the hidden Desktop file.
This should be done periodically for good preventative maintenance. cmd opt shft delete - tells the Mac to skip the first device in the SCSI chain. This comes in handy when you want to force your Mac to boot from an external drive. cmd opt P R - clears the parameter RAM. One of those things to do when things aren t right and you can t think of anything else to try.
This clears things like date and time, location, etc. Spacebar - opens the Extensions Manager when starting up. Mouse Button - will force eject a floppy while booting up. opt OS9 - will give a choice of which drive or volume to boot from. A printer friendly shortcut list - you can print this out on a single page, just be sure to disable printing the headers and footers.
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Welcome to the All-In-One Code Framework. If you have any feedback, please tell us. Marked as answer by Yichun Feng Tuesday, April 14, 2009 2 53 AM. i think this is for some multifunctional keyboards like Log. Cordless Desktop Comfort. They have special buttons keys with wich you can use the F13. Also some or all Apple have these keys F13-F24. Mark the thread as answered if the answer helps you. This helps others who have the same problem. SHIFT F1 F13 SHIFT F2 F14 SHIFT F3 F15 SHIFT F4 f16 SHIFT F5 F17 SHIFT F6 F18 SHIFT F7 F19 SHIFT F8 F20 SHIFT F9 F21 SHIFT F10 F22 SHIFT F11 F23 SHIFT F12 F24.
Hi, Yichun Feng, how are you. You mentioned that Shift F1 F13, Shift F2 F14, However, I am unable to reproduce this. Are those keyboard shortcuts present only in older versions of Windows. I have Windows 10 installed. Since Windows Vista, all of the first 12 function keys are echoed by Narrator F1, F2, F3, F10, F11, F12 and in Windows Vista and Windows 7, the other 12 are also echoed F13, F14, F15, F22, F23, F24. Starting with Windows 8, F20-F24 are echoed as unknown key for reasons unknown to me.
The other 19 are echoed normally F1, F2, F3, F17, F18, F19 I am unfamiliar with using the Shift keys in combination with the first 12 function keys to activate the second set. I tested that with Windows 10 and it didn t happen. I opened Narrator and, upon pressing Shift F1, I heard Shift followed by F1. However, upon pressing a key that I have remapped to F13, I heard F13. Based on that, perhaps the keyboard shortcuts that you mentioned are for an older version of Windows and were removed at some point.
A question Did pressing Windows Shift F1-F12 have any function. I noticed that pressing Windows F13-F24 does the following. Windows F13 no function. Windows F14 no function. Windows F15 screenshot equivalent to pressing Windows Print Screen. Windows F16 shut down PC. Windows F17 no function. Windows F18 open Cortana in listening mode. Windows F19 screenshot equivalent to pressing Windows Print Screen. Windows F20 quick note. Windows F21 open Settings. Windows F22 choose projection mode.
Windows F23 no function. Windows F24 screenshot equivalent to pressing Windows Print Screen. Perhaps you know or someone else knows if the ones labeled no function have functions that are used only in certain circumstances, why Narrator echoes F20-F24 as unknown key after Windows 7, or both of them. For the Narrator issue, perhaps those key codes were forgotten in the application programming.
Although, it does seem odd that they would be present in both Windows Vista and Windows 7 but not present in the 3 operating systems Windows 8, Windows 8. 1, and Windows 10 after them. Upon testing the combination of the Windows key and F13-F24 on my Surface Pro 2, I detected the same behaviors with 1 exception. Windows F14 turns automatic screen rotation on and off.
Keyboard shortcuts in Junxure were designed to help you quickly complete an task without the use of a mouse. To use shortcuts, go to. Shortcuts utilize a combination of the Ctrl key, Alt key or Shift key on a keyboard as well as a letter or punctuation key to perform an action. CTRL - L will open a Search for Client screen defaulting to search by Last Name. On the Search for Client screen, CTRL - F will change the search window to search by First Name. CTRL - C switches the search window to search by Company.
On the Client Form. Each main tab on the client form has an underlined letter in the name of the tab. Holding down the Alt key and then typing that letter will switch to that tab Example Iqoption github - D would switch to the Documents tab. In Action Note Fields. CTRL - J adds the userвЂ s initials, date and time into the note field.
CTRL - ; semicolon adds just the date into the note field. CTRL - Shift - ; semicolon adds just the time. Junxure Search Engine Use this tool to search for topics across our online help resources. Educational Video Library Short, on-demand videos designed to help you learn or review common features and functionality of Junxure. User Forum Register to join the user forum and post your questions and suggestions.
Knowledge Base Articles Look for articles on common issues. FIXED ASSETS CS. Trending Fixed Assets CS topics. See also Function keys. Some of the commands most commonly used in Fixed Assets CS are assigned keyboard shortcuts that allow you to quickly execute the command. The following table describes shortcuts that are available when the Asset List window and Asset Detail dialog are open. Shortcut Result in Asset List window Result in Asset Detail dialog CTRL A Add a new record and opens the Asset Detail dialog in which you can enter information for a new asset.
CTRL C Copy the highlighted asset and save it to the clipboard. Copy the highlighted treatment and save it to the clipboard. CTRL F Open the Find Asset dialog in which you can search for an asset by entering a word or phrase that is contained in the asset s description. N A CTRL H N A Open the MACRS Asset Life table. Add an asset. CTRL I N A Display an explanation of how the current depreciation was calculated for each treatment. CTRL M Open the Asset Detail dialog for the highlighted asset so you can edit that asset s data.
N A CTRL N Open a dialog in which you can add a new client. N A CTRL O Open a dialog in which you can open an existing client. N A CTRL P Open the Print dialog in which you can print client reports. N A CTRL R N A Open the Prior Depreciation Comparison dialog for the current asset. CTRL S Save client data. N A CTRL U N A Switch between including and excluding the asset from mid-quarter determination.
CTRL V Paste an asset from the clipboard. Paste a treatment from the clipboard. CTRL X Cut the highlighted asset and save it to the clipboard. Cut the highlighted treatment and save it to the clipboard. CTRL Y Open the Help How-To Center to access extensive information about using Fixed Assets CS, including procedures for completing various tasks, answers to frequently asked questions, tips for increasing productivity and troubleshooting issues, alerts about timely issues, details on new features, show-me videos, guides in Portable Document Format PDFand more.
Open the Help How-To Center to access extensive information about using Fixed Assets CS, including procedures for completing various tasks, answers to frequently asked questions, tips for increasing productivity and troubleshooting issues, alerts about timely issues, details on new features, show-me videos, guides in Portable Document Format PDFand more. CTRL Z N A Undo asset changes.
CTRL 1 Open the Print Current Asset dialog where you can print reports for the current asset. CTRL SHIFT C N A Copy the highlighted field information and save it to the clipboard. Open the Print Current Asset dialog where you can print reports for the current asset. CTRL SHIFT V N A Paste the field information from the clipboard. Keyboard Shortcuts and Special Mouse Clicks. Keyboard Shortcut or Mouse Click. Select Yes or No dialog boxes.
Type N for No and Y for Yes. Scroll up or down the Page. Next or Previous Page. CTRL PAGE UP or CTRL PAGE DOWN. Articulation tool. Display the Articulation Selection dialog box. Click on, above, or below a note or rest that doesnвЂ t have an articulation attached, or click on a note whose articulation handles are visible. Select an articulation. Click, or SHIFT click the handle. Move an articulation. Drag the handle CTRL drag the handle to move.
Delete an articulation. Select the handle and press DELETE, or right- click the handle and select Delete from the contextual menu. Expression tool. Display the Expression Selection dialog box. Double-click on, above, or below a measure or note. Display expression handles. Click the Expression tool. Click, or SHIFT click to select multiple handles or press CTRL A to select all available handles. Move selected expressions. Select an expression handle. Drag the selected handles.
Delete selected expressions. Press DELETE, or right mouse the handle and select Delete from the contextual menu. Selection tool. Select a measure or measures. Click a measure; drag-enclose a region. Extend a selection of measures vertically. Double-click a selected measure to include the entire vertical measure stack that measure in all staves. Extend a selection of measures horizontally to the end or beginning. While holding down SHIFT, press the LEFTARROW to extend the selection to the beginning.
While holding down SHIFT, press the RIGHT ARROW to extend the selection to the end. Select a staff or staves. Click to the left of a staff; SHIFT click to the left of a staff to extend the selection. Move or Copy a selected section of music. Drag the region so it is superimposed on the beginning of an unselected region; CTRL SHIFT click the place where the selected music should be copied.
Delete selected music. Erase selected music. Cancel a Selection tool operation. Repeat tool. Display the Repeat Selection dialog box. Double-click a measure without a repeat or double-click a measure with a repeat. Delete a repeat barline. Click on the handle and press DELETE, or right- click the handle and select Delete from the contextual menu. Simple Entry tool. Press numpad 7 or CTRL ALT SHIFT 7. Press numpad 6 or CTRL ALT SHIFT iqoption github. Press numpad 4 or CTRL ALT SHIFT 4.
Press numpad 3 or CTRL ALT SHIFT 3. Hold down ALT and press. Hold down ALT and press N. Hold down ALT and press - minus. Hold down SHIFT and press. Erase an item note, rest, accidental, etc. Press DELETE and click the item DELETE also removes a selected note. Hold down ALT and press DELETE to select the Eraser tool without deleting the selected note. The following keystrokes can be used to enter a note using the Simple Entry Caret.
To activate the caret, click an empty measure with the Simple Entry tool selected, or CTRL click a note and press the RIGHT ARROW key the caret will appear to the right of the selected note. Enter note at caret pitch. Enter note A through G. Press the letter keys A-G. After entering a note with the caret, or by clickingthese are some of the keystrokes you can use to edit it.
Note that if there is not a note selected or the keystroke doesn t applythe corresponding tool will be selected in the Simple palette. Change Duration whole note-32nd note. Hold down ALT and then press a number key on the numpad 2-7. Press 9 or numpad 9. Create user-defined Tuplet. Hold down CTRL and press 9 or numpad 9. Toggle between Note and Rest. Move up a step diatonically. Move down a step diatonically. Move up an octave diatonically.
ALT SHIFT UP ARROW. Move down an octave diatonically. Press numpad 5 or CTRL ALT SHIFT 5. ALT SHIFT DOWN ARROW. Add a Double Flat. period or numpad decimal point. Add a Double Sharp. Tie to next note. Add note an interval of a _ above.