Shortcuts

You can improve how fast you get things done by learning how to use shortcuts, many of which you are already very familiar with.

Components

You can use these shortcuts after you select a component by clicking it once.

General
Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Copy CTRL + C ⌘ Cmd + C
Cut CTRL + X ⌘ Cmd + X
Paste CTRL + V ⌘ Cmd + V
Rename F2 ⌘ Cmd + R
Delete Del Backspace
Floating Components
Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Move Arrow Keys Arrow Keys
Move Faster Shift + Arrow Keys Shift + Arrow Keys
Move Slower Alt + Arrow Keys Alt + Arrow Keys
Snap to Floating Components Shift + Dragging Shift + Dragging

Editing tools

Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Toggle reveal all R R
Toggle layout mode L L
Iterate screen sizes M M

Page

Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Save CTRL + S ⌘ Cmd + S
Undo CTRL + Z ⌘ Cmd + Z
Redo CTRL + Y ⌘ Cmd + Shift + Z

Action sets, Actions and Conditions

You can use these shortcuts after you select one or more Action Sets, Actions or Conditions. You can also right-click them to access their menu.

Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Copy CTRL + C ⌘ Cmd + C
Cut CTRL + X ⌘ Cmd + X
Paste CTRL + V ⌘ Cmd + V
Delete Del Backspace
Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Open overview W W
Quick editing Q Q
Open Store S S
Open Favorites F F
Go to first page stage Home Home
Go to previous stage Shift + Arrow Left Shift + Arrow Left
Go to next stage Shift + Arrow Right Shift + Arrow Right

Text Formatting

Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Bold Ctrl + B Ctrl + B
Italics Ctrl + I Ctrl + I
Underline Ctrl + U Ctrl + U

Others

Command Windows, Linux Mac OS
Close sidebars and popups ESC ESC
Updated on February 16, 2021

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