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  • What are the Hotkey Commands in the WYSIWIG Text Editor?

    In the WYSIWIG Text Editor, Control-B makes things Bold, Control-I makes things Italic, and Control-U makes things Underlined.

    Are there any others?


    In addition, how can I see which hotkeys are assigned to which buttons, and how can I change/add hotkey assignments?


    Thanksabunch!

  • #2
    Paste - CTRL+V
    Select All - CTRL+A
    Copy - CTRL+C
    Cut - CTRL+X

    Don't know about changing the assignments.

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    • #3
      They work about the same as it would inside WinWord

      CTRL+B Bold
      CTRL+I Ittilac (sp >.>)
      CTRL+U Underline
      ALT+S submit
      ALT+X Advanced mode

      In Full Reply
      ALT+P Preview

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      • #4
        Originally posted by poolking
        Paste - CTRL+V
        Select All - CTRL+A
        Copy - CTRL+C
        Cut - CTRL+X

        Don't know about changing the assignments.
        Well, those are Windows Hotkeys - what about the ones specifically designed for the WYSIWIG Text Editor?
        Last edited by Ocean; Sun 9th May '04, 6:50am.
        echo $ocean_signature;

        ;)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Zachery
          They work about the same as it would inside WinWord

          CTRL+B Bold
          CTRL+I Ittilac (sp >.>)
          CTRL+U Underline
          ALT+S submit
          ALT+X Advanced mode

          In Full Reply
          ALT+P Preview
          I know that helps me!

          A couple of questions, though...


          1. I can't get Alt-X to do anything. Why doesn't it work, and what is Advanced Mode?

          2. How can I view/change hotkey assignments in the WYSIWIG Editor? For example, if I add a new button.
          Last edited by Ocean; Sun 9th May '04, 6:51am.
          echo $ocean_signature;

          ;)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ocean
            Well, those are Windows Hotkeys - I don't need to know about those. I meant the ones specifically designed for the WYSIWIG Text Editor.
            They do work in the editor, you didn't make that clear in your initial post.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by poolking
              They do work in the editor, you didn't make that clear in your initial post.
              That's because although it was my question, I wasn't the one who posted it.


              That's what I get for asking a friend/staff member to post for me (while I wasn't in a position to do it at the time). <embarassed>
              echo $ocean_signature;

              ;)

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