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04-24-2004, 10:32 PM
Greetings brothers and sisters in Christ,
I apologize if this has already been covered here but I have been unable to find it in videos or manual.
I am wondering if there is a list of the command line shortcuts available somewhere. I really dislike having to use my mouse for everything. For example, until I found the "l" (for limit) command I had to manually select the books to search from the "Choose Search Limits" window. I've also found the "display" and "parallel" commands but that is about it. Does anyone know of any others that may reduce mouse usage?
pressing the escape key will take you to the command line when the focus is elsewhere...
04-25-2004, 09:59 PM
Command Line Shortcuts:
<Esc> clears the command line
UP or DOWN arrow keys cycles through previous commands
niv Changes the search version to the NIV
d niv Adds the NIV to thedisplay but does not change search version
d -niv Removes the NIV from display.
d c "display clear" Clears the display of all versions except search
d greek Adds all Greek versions installed to the display
d fav Activates a display "favorite" named "fav". (If you have one named
p kjv gnt niv Displays KJV, GNT, & NIV in parallel
l joh Sets the search limits to the book of John
l aramaic Sets the search limits to the Aramaic portions of scripture.
l Removes all search limits
For more command line shortcuts see "Command Line Odds and Ends" in the manual
Results Window Shortcuts
Up & Down Scrolls through Bible one verse at a time.
(Press Ctrl-Shift-Arrow to activate this "scroll mode")
A Toggles display of Hebrew accents
B Toggles browse mode
C Opens context menu
D Simulates a mouse double-click at the current location
N Toggles version notes
R Toggles Strong’s numbers
S Synchronizes checked Results Windows
T Toggles Auto-Info Window
V Opens short versions menu
W Opens a new Results Window or switch to a current one
F2 or Esc Moves the cursor to the Command Line
F3 Moves the cursor to the last active Editor Window
F4 Copies the Results Window to the Clipboard/Editor
F5 Moves the cursor to the Command Center Verse List
F6 Moves the cursor to the Command Center Results Window
F7 Opens the Verse List Manager
F8 Opens the Word List Manager
F9 Opens the ASE
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