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Keyboard Shortcuts - Did You Know ...

Question asked by Alan Sharp on May 13, 2019
Latest reply on Aug 24, 2019 by Patrick L'heureux

Did you know that Keyboard Shortcuts are stored with your Custom Menu Configuration (Support - Customize Menus - Export / Import). This means that if you want to create and save all of your shortcuts you should

 

  1. Import your Custom Menu
  2. Add all of your Shortcuts ti your system
  3. Export your Custom Menu

 

Now when you load your Custom Menus you will also load your Custom Keyboard Shortcuts.

 

If you are interested in having us create more Keyboard Shortcuts in the system, please provide me with your list of Commands that you have shortcuts assigned to and what those shortcut key combos are. You can generate an Excel Report of your current setup from the Define Command Shortcuts command and post it to your responses here.

 

I will take a look through what we get back and see if there are common themes / settings etc. and if Yes I will try to get some of those commands set to the commonest values - or at worst will come back to you all with some suggestions that you can look at.

 

Examples

  • CTRL A = Select All
  • CTRL B = Break
  • CTRL C = Copy
  • CTRL D = Delete
  • CTRL F = Filter Line Markings
  • CTRL J = Join Lines
  • CTRL L = Layer Manager
  • CTRL M = Move
  • CTRL N = New Project
  • CTRL O = Open Project
  • CTRL P = Print
  • CTRL Q = Keep Out
  • CTRL R = Relayer
  • CTRL S = Save Project
  • CTRL T = Create Point Cloud Region
  • CTRL W = Keep In
  • CTRL X = Cross Section Editor
  • CTRL Y = Redo
  • CTRL Z = Undo

 

  • CTRL SHIFT A = Create Alignment
  • CTRL SHIFT C = Change Elevation
  • CTRL SHIFT E = Restore region
  • CTRL SHIFT F = Offset Line
  • CTRL SHIFT L = Label Alignment
  • CTRL SHIFTY O = Options
  • CTRL SHIFT S = Create Surface
  • CTRL SHIFT R = Restore All
  • CTRL SHIFT T = Trim / Extend Lines

 

  • F1 = Help
  • F4 = Compute Project
  • F5 = Rectangle Select
  • F6 = Polygon Select
  • F7 = Left Mouse Pan
  • F8 = Left Mouse Zoom
  • F9 = Project Explorer
  • F10 = Device Pane
  • F11 = Properties
  • F12 = Command Pane

 

  • SHIFT F12 = Presentation Mode

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