As in the Code Editor, you can specify a custom set of keyboard shortcuts for use in the Screen Designer environment. These keyboard shortcuts can be used to perform basic editing operations (cut, copy, paste), move controls on the screen, and shape and align controls.
To add or change a keyboard shortcut associated with a Screen Designer function:
The list of commands shows only those functions specific to the Screen Designer, as well as the keyboard shortcut (if any) currently assigned to each function.
As with the Code Editor shortcuts, some common functions (like Copy or Paste) appear to have no associated keyboard shortcut. These functions have been assigned a shortcut at the Main level, which applies unless overridden by a shortcut assigned in a specific context.
If a keyboard shortcut is currently assigned to the selected function, this shortcut appears in the field. In most cases, a description of the function appears under the Assign and Remove push buttons.
Note the Currently assigned to field under the entry field. If you enter a keystroke that has already been assigned to another function, this field displays the name of that function.
To remove a keyboard shortcut that has already been assigned to a function, select the function in the Command list, then click Remove.