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Do you use the keyboard shortcuts in ModelConverterX? These can be used to call the different forms and functions directly.
What's a keyboard? :D
Back when DOS was King, I resented the introduction of the mouse, as I had every keyboard command for Lotus123, WordPerfect, etc. memorized...
Now days though, I resent having to take my hand OFF of the mouse to reach for the keyboard! :rotfl:
23 May 2010, 23:10
It's so easy to use with a mouse that I never even bothered to try the keyboard shortcuts. :)
24 May 2010, 01:31
There are keyboard shortcuts? :eek:
I'll have to try those.
Check the manual, it lists all the shortcuts there are :D.
I many programs I prefer to use keyboard shortcuts, especially if that prevents you from moving your mouse over the entire screen all the time. But in ModelConverterX I must say I also don't use them so much myself.
24 May 2010, 13:06
Hi I haden't even noticed there were shortcuts ...
Now I can scan a library with ctrl-X and ctrl-Z
Unfortunately X and Z are not relevant on a french KB
Anyway its easier than mouse-clicking arrows
Until now I mainly used Ctrl-<key> for the shortcuts. Maybe it would make more sense to use key directly for simple navigation tasks. Like N for next and P for previous object (although I choose Ctrl-X and Ctrl-Z now because they are located next to each other).
24 May 2010, 14:09
...(although I choose Ctrl-X and Ctrl-Z now because they are located next to each other).
That is fair on Eng KB. But on french ones we have
Of course I don't know about cyrillic or arabic ones :laughing:
Ah, yes of course. I forgot about the difference between AZERTY and QWERTY.
Maybe I should just use the arrow keys for this, that would make even more sense :).
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