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Edit keyboard shortcuts

As a User

I want to invoke an editor command using a keyboard shortcut

So that I can initiate a command using the keyboard instead of the mouse

Scenarios
Initiate an editor command using a keyboard shortcut
Given
Data Curator is open in an operating system
When
operating system shortcut is used
Then
the editor command should be invoked
Examples:
Editor command Windows / Linux macOS
Insert row below, if in last row Enter Enter
Insert column after if in last column Tab Tab
Cancel data entry Esc Esc
Delete cell contents Backspace or Delete Delete
Fill all selected cells with the same value Ctrl Enter ⌘ Enter
Move Up from the current cell
Move Down from the current cell
Move Right from the current cell → or Tab → or Tab
Move Left from the current cell ← or ⇧ Tab ← or ⇧ Tab
Move to Top cell in the current column Ctrl Home ⌘ fn ↑
Move to Bottom cell in the current column Ctrl End ⌘ fn ↓
Move to First cell in the current row Home fn ←
Move to Last cell in the current row End fn →
Select All the data in the table Ctrl A ⌘ A
Select Up - expand column selection to the cell above ⇧ ↑ ⇧ ↑
Select Down - expand column selection to the cell below ⇧ ↓ ⇧ ↓
Select Right - expand row selection to the cell right ⇧ → ⇧ →
Select Left - expand row selection to the cell left ⇧ ← ⇧ ←
Select to Top - expand column selection to all cells above Ctrl ⇧ Home ⌘ ⇧ fn ↑
Select to Bottom - expand column selection to all cells below Ctrl ⇧ End ⌘ ⇧ fn ↓
Select to First - expand row selection to all cells to the right ⇧ Home ⇧ fn ←
Select to Last - expand row selection to all cells to the left ⇧ End ⇧ fn →
Right click in a cell to display the context menu
Choose Next option in context menu
Choose Previous option in context menu
Perform Option from context menu Enter Enter

Last published over 1 year ago by Matt Mulholland.