Keyboard Shortcuts

Asked by Ramiro Algozino on 2012-09-17

Where can I find a list of Scratch's keyboard shortcuts? I've discovered ctrl+d to duplicate the current line, but no other.

Thanks!

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Mario Guerriero (mefrio-g) said : #1

No where for now. What shourtcut do you need to know?

Ramiro Algozino (algozino) said : #2

Thank you for your answer, Mario and sorry for the delay. No one in particullar, but I would like to know them to work faster with scratch.. :)

Anatoly (anatooly) said : #3

Ctrl+F - I think panel search/replace need hide default, because this minimal height & economy space (for notebook actual). When click Ctrl+F need show dialogbox for search or show now panel.

Ctrl + R - Replace dialogbox or move select to replace field.

Ctrl+G - Go to line number

Home - Need change text caret (position) to start text, but not to first char of line (not use space & tab).

Ctrl+W - analog double mouse click, select word (caret position)

Ctrl + L - select all line (or when double click Ctrl + W)

Ctrl + Y - delete now select line

Ctrl + ] or Ctrl + [ - move caret if char { --> then move caret to next } or when select char ( --> then move to next )

Now work:

Alt - Up/Down - move line, this fine.

May be need short cut for extensions: Fine manager & Terminal for fast show & hide.

In File Manager need fast navigation if click char "p" - then select folder that start p*.

Evan Langlois (uudruid74) said : #4

Is delete-line implemented? I found delete-to-end-of-line, but it doesn't seem to be in the code. I guess its inherited from GtkTextView? Where would one find a list of all the keyboard shortcuts in the code?

Hi, I founded here on the code...

http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~elementary-apps/scratch/freya/view/head:/src/MainWindow.vala#L825

I was looking for ctrl + tab to change tabs, but It's ctrl+alt+pgUP (in my case, I need Fn key as well ;D )

I was begin to change to another text editor...thankfully I didn't need to... :)

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