Keyboard Shortcuts


KEYS

EFFECT

A

Applies the Default (View All) command.

B

Selects the Edit Bay tool.

C

Temporarily disables collision detection (see Move Items).

D

Toggle the display of Dimension Lines.

E

Toggle the display of edges (see Show Edges).

F

Selects the Field of View tool.

G

Toggles the display of the Grid.

H

Toggles the Orthographic View mode.

I

Selects the Edit Item tool (to work with for products and shelf tools).

L

Toggles the Locked Shelf Tools value for the selected bay(s).

N

Launch the Add Generic Product command.

O

Selects the Orbit tool.

P

Selects the Pan tool.

R

Selects the Edit Room Element Tool.

S

Selects the Edit Bay Element Tool (to work with shelves and other bay elements).

T

Applies the Top view command.

U

Turns a product Upside Down (see Rotating Products).

V

Toggles the Schematic View mode.

W

Selects the Walk tool.

Z

Selects the Zoom tool.

Ctrl + drag

Allows duplicating easily objects with the Edit tools (to copy room elements, bays, bay elements, Products and Shelf Tools).

Press Ctrl before clicking on the object and it will be duplicated when you start moving it.

Ctrl + C

Copies values from edit boxes.

Ctrl + V

Pastes values in edit boxes.

Ctrl + Z

Undo: reverses one or several operations (see Undoing your Changes).

Also cancels changes in edit boxes.

Ctrl + Y

Redo: re-applies operations that were canceled by the Undo command (see Redoing your Changes).

Delete

Deletes the selected item(s) (see Delete Room Elements, Delete Bays, Delete Bay Elements, Delete Items).

Enter

General: Confirms changes in edit boxes. For example, after typing a shelf dimension, press Enter to apply the new value.

Database Editor: Edits the selected row when not already in Edit Mode. Updates the current row if currently editing the row. Creates a new item when the focus is on any element on the Create line.

Project list: Opens the selected project.

Esc

General: Exits the Full Screen mode.

Database Editor: Cancels editing of the current row.

Left arrow

Products: rotates the selected product 90° to the left (around the × axis counterclockwise) (see Rotating Products).

Walk mode: turns left.

Right arrow

Products: Rotates the selected product 90° to the right (around the × axis clockwise) (see Rotating Products).

Walk mode: turns right.

Up arrow

Products: Rotates the selected product 90° to the back (around the Y axis clockwise).

Walk mode: moves forward.

Database Editor: Moves the focus to the row above the current one.

Project, database and catalog lists: Selects the line above the currently selected line.

Down arrow

Products: Rotates the selected product 90° to the back (around the Y axis counterclockwise).

Walk mode: moves backward.

Database Editor: Moves the focus to the row below the current one.

Project, database and catalog lists: Selects the line below the currently selected line.

Space

Increases the precision of the mouse for many tools, like Edit (see Move Items), Zoom (see Zoom), etc. Pressing the space bar temporarily “slows down” the mouse; this lets you achieve a better precision.

Space + Up / Down arrows

Walk mode: looks up / down

Tab

Various panels: move focus to the next GUI element.

Catalog lists: move focus down in the classification levels.

Shift+Tab

Various panels: move focus to the previous GUI element.

Catalog lists: move focus up in the classification levels.

Shift + drag a product from the catalog

Inverts the selected product(s) placement mode: this lets you place on a shelf a product defined as pegged in the database, or place on a peg a product defined as standard in the database.

Shift + drag  while moving product(s) on a bay

Inverts the selected product(s) placement mode when moving a product (pegged or standard).

See Move Items for details.

Minus (-) on numpad

For the selected product(s) in a planogram, decrements the number of depth facings. See Change Product Facing Count.

Note: There is at least one product left.

Plus (+) on numpad

For the selected product(s) in a planogram, increments the number of depth facings. See Change Product Facing Count.

Note: Once the product has been placed as many times as possible in the available depth, the value is reset to “auto”.

Space + Minus (-) on numpad

For the selected product(s) in a planogram, decrements the number of width facings. See Change Product Facing Count.

Note: There is at least one product left.

Space + Plus (+) on numpad

For the selected product(s) in a planogram, increments the number of width facings. See Change Product Facing Count.

Shift + Minus (-) on numpad

For the selected product(s) in a planogram, decrements the number of height facings. See Change Product Facing Count.

Note: There is at least one product left.

Shift + Plus (+) on numpad

For the selected product(s) in a planogram, increments the number of height facings. See Change Product Facing Count.




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