Here are some of the basic shortcuts. For a more extensive list, see Tips and Tricks.
|Basic Keyboard Shortcuts||Usage||Description|
CTRL - A
Allows the user to select all nodes and objects in the story boarder.
CTRL - C
Allows the user to copy a single or multiple nodes.
CTRL - E
Allows the user to simulate to a selected node and then play from there.
CTRL - S
Allows the user to quick save.
CTRL - SHIFT - Z
If the user undo something and didn't mean to, use the Redo command to set things back to the way they were. The user can redo as many times until they get back to the first time undo was used.
CTRL - V
Allows the user to paste previously copied/cut node or nodes.
CTRL - X
Allows the user to cut a single or multiple nodes out of the Storyboarder.
CTRL - Z
Allows the user to take one step back using undo multiple times will take multiple steps back, no limit to how many undos you can use.
Will allow the user to play the lesson from the beginning without having to navigate to press the play button.
Note: in advanced mode, there is also F4. F4 compiles the scenario. This allows the user to verify the lesson, and update things like menus and suggestions to include any newly added data. It will also re-populate the console with any errors found.