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|[Shift]-Up,Down,Right,Left||move cursor||
|[Shift]-Up,Down,Right,Left||move cursor||
|---- class="working"
|---- class="working"
|Alt-[Shift]-Left/Right||jump to next word Alt-Up/Down: jump to start/end of paragraph||find declaration
|Alt-[Shift]-Left/Right||jump to next word||
|---- class="working"
|Alt-Up/Down||jump to start/end of paragraph||find declaration
|---- class="working"
|---- class="working"
|Cmd-[Shift]-Left/Right||jump to start/end of line||jump next word
|Cmd-[Shift]-Left/Right||jump to start/end of line||jump next word

Revision as of 14:40, 29 July 2008

Key mapping

All shortcuts can be edited in Environment / Editor Options / Key mapping. See Key Mapping.

Mac OS X

Mac OS X has quite different key policies. For example most F keys are used by the OS, there are no menu Alt shortcuts and there are large guidelines (contrary to linux and windows where only a few keys work the same under all programs).

The apple human interface guidelines for key bindings can be seen here: [1]

Conflicts with default lazarus key map

Here is the list with the conflicts of the default lazarus key mapping:

Keys Function defined by Apple Conflict with lazarus default
[Cmd]-F A few F key combos are free, but this seems to depend on version and layout. So better not use them. F3 find next, Shift-F3 find previous, Ctrl-F8 jump next error, Ctrl-Shift-F8 jump previous error, F5 add breakpoint, Ctrl-F4 close file, F11 toggle OI, Ctrl-F12 view units, Shift-F12 view forms, F12 toggle unit/form, Ctrl-F11 open project, Shift-F11 add unit to

project, Ctrl-Shift-F11 project options, Ctrl-F9 build, F9 run, F7 step into, F8 step over, F4 run to cursor, Ctrl-F2 stop program, Ctrl-F7 evaluate, Ctrl-F5 add watch, F1 help, Ctrl-Shift-F1 help editor

[Shift]-Up,Down,Right,Left move cursor
Alt-[Shift]-Left/Right jump to next word
Alt-Up/Down jump to start/end of paragraph find declaration
Cmd-[Shift]-Left/Right jump to start/end of line jump next word
Cmd-Up/Down jump to start/end of file scroll one up/down
Cmd-Shift-Up/Down select to start/end of file method jump
Cmd-? show context help
Delete/Backspace delete char
[Shift]-PageUp/Down jump page up/down
Home/End jump to start/end of file jump to start/end of line
Cmd-[Shift]-Tab switch application jump prev/next file
Cmd-Alt-D show/hide dock
Cmd-Ctrl-D dictionary
Cmd-*-Space spotlight, apple reserved
Cmd-Alt-Escape force quit
Cmd-A select all
Cmd-C copy
Cmd-E find word at cursor incremental find, solved
Cmd-F find
Cmd-Alt-F incremental search
Cmd-G find next goto line
Cmd-Shift-G find previous insert guid
Cmd-[Alt]-H hide app jump back
Cmd-M minimize window
Cmd-Alt-M minimize app
Cmd-N new file
Cmd-O open file
Cmd-Q quit goto line
Cmd-Shift-Q log out
Cmd-S save
Cmd-Shift-S Save As save all
Cmd-Alt-S Save All
Cmd-V paste
Cmd-W close window word completion
Cmd-Shift-W close file
Cmd-Alt-W close all files
Cmd-X cut
Cmd-Z undo
Control The control modifier is used by cocoa in text fields. So it is free for designer and source editor functions
Control-1-9 create special chars on some layouts bookmark commands
Cmd-*-1-9 apple functions like capture screen bookmark commands


XCode is Apple's own development environment. Here are the XCode shortcuts: [2]