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Duncan
10-01-2005, 10:04 PM
While I have Bibleworks open, I frequently open a second Result window. That's fine. I get the biblical text and a window area below that that contains notes or lexical information. However, if I open a third tesult window, it lacks that bottom area with notew or lexical information, and I don't see any way on a meny to make it show up. Is there a way to fore this area to always show when I open a result window? Thanks.

Ken

Ben Spackman
10-02-2005, 12:09 PM
Make sure that window has focus, and press t , the keyboard shortcut for making the AUto-Info window appear and disappear.

Here's the list of other keyboard shortcuts from the help section,

Shortcuts defined only when the cursor is in a Results Window

In the default configuration the UP and DOWN cursor keys move the text cursor up and down in the Results Window. You can change this so that the UP and DOWN arrow keys simulate the Command Center "spin" buttons used to advance the verse displayed. There are three possibilities for these arrow keys:

1. Move the text cursor up and down (the default)

2. Advance the current Results Window one verse

3. Advance linked Results Windows one verse (windows are linked by checking the check box in the upper left hand corner).



The way these three options are accessed is by pressing the <Shift-Ctrl-UP> and/or <Shift-Ctrl-DOWN> key combinations. This acts as a "toggle" to move the default arrow key operation backwards and forwards in the above list. The operation that you define as the default will be remembered between BibleWorks sessions. The <Ctrl-UP> and <Ctrl-DOWN> key combinations move the current Results Window backwards and forwards one verse. This functionality cannot be changed.



There are a number of alphabetic keys that have special meaning when the cursor is in a Results Window:



Key

Function

S

Synchronize checked Results Windows

C

Open context menu

N

Toggles version notes

R

Toggle Strong’s numbers

V

Open short versions menu

D

Simulate a mouse double-click at the current location

W

Open a new Results Window or switch to a current one

T

Toggle Results Window Auto-Info Window On and Off

H

Add current verse to Verse History List Box

B

Toggle browse mode

Shortcuts defined only when the cursor is in a Text Editor Window

There are a number of alphabetic keys that have special meaning when the cursor is in a Text Editor window:



Shortcut

Description

Ctrl + A

Selects the Entire Document

Ctrl + G

Set Default to Greek font

Ctrl + H

Set default to Hebrew font

Ctrl + I

Set Highlighted text to Italic

Ctrl + L

Turn on left word wrapping for this paragraph (for Hebrew)

Ctrl + R

Turn on right word wrapping for this paragraph (for English)

Ctrl + T

Set Hebrew Transliteration Font

Ctrl + R

Turn on right word wrapping for this paragraph (for English)

Ctrl + U

Set Highlighted text to Underline

Shift + Arrow

Mark block of text

Shift + End

Mark text from current location to the end of the current line

Shift + Home

Mark text from current location to the beginning of the current line

Shift + Ctrl + Home

Mark text from current location to beginning of file

Shift + Ctrl + End

Mark text from current location to end of file

Ctrl + Home

Move to beginning of file

Ctrl + End

Move to end of file



Switching the Focus to the Command Line



The Keys F2 through F6 provide a mechanism for changing the input focus via the keyboard and performing several other functions:



F2 Changes the focus to the Command Line
F3 Changes the focus to the last active Editor Window
F4 Copies the Results Window to the Clipboard/Editor
F5 Changes the focus to the Command Center Verse List
F6 Changes the focus to the Command Center Results Window
F7 - Open Verse List Manager
F8 - Open Word List Manager
F9 - Open ASE



Pressing ESC will also return you to the Command Line.