Keyboard shortcuts

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This article covers all different Pigment specific keyboard shortcuts 

 

Table of Contents 

 

 👉  Note: You'll see cmd/ctrl  This indicates command on Mac and control on Windows and Linux. These instructions are for QWERTY and AZERTY keyboard layouts. Keys for other layouts might not correspond exactly.

 

 

General

 

Open the Command Palette 

cmd/ctrl + K

 

Command Palette allows you to search for objects within your Workspace or Applications. From the Workspace level, you can search for Applications or access help. 

When accessing Command Palette from within an Application, you can search for Blocks and Boards.  You will only see Boards that you have permission to view.  You will see all Blocks but won’t be able to access any block you do not have access to.  

Depending on your permissions, you can also create Boards, or Blocks directly from the Command Palette

 

 

Data Input

 

Undo Manually input data

cmd/ctrl + Z

Undo any manually input data entry.

 

Redo Manually Input data

cmd/ctrl + Shift +Y or  cmd/ctrl +Y  

Redo any previous manually input entries that were erased using the undo shortcut

 

 

Grid shortcuts

 

Grid shortcuts are available for all Block types: Dimensions, Metrics and Tables.

 

Move from a cell to another

directional arrow

Will move cell selection in the direction of the arrow.

 

Move from one cell right 

Tab

Will move cell selection one cell to the right of the current selection .

 

Move to grid edges

cmd/ctrl + directional arrow

Depending on the direction of the arrow will move the selection to the beginning or the end of a row or a column.

 

Select the entire grid

cmd/ctrl + a

You must have a cell selected in a grid for this shortcut to work.  If a cell is selected, this shortcut will select all of the cells in a grid. 

 

Select Multiple cells, one at a time

shift +  directional arrow

You must have a cell selected in a grid for this shortcut to work.  If a cell is selected, this shortcut will select all of the cells in a grid. 

 

Extend cells selection to the grid edges 

cmd/ctrl + shift +  directional arrow

You must have a cell selected in a grid for this shortcut to work.  If a cell is selected, this shortcut will extend the current selection to include all of the cells in the direction of the arrow pressed.

 

Multiple Selection 

cmd/ctrl + mouse clicks

Hold down cmd/ctrl and click the mouse to be able to choose multiple different cells. Can be used for pasting or formatting. 

 

View shortcuts

 

Save View

cmd/ctrl + S          

Will save changes made in a view

 


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