Mapping the Keyboard

You can customize your keyboard to associate keystrokes with Design Tool commands or terminal keystrokes. This process is known as keyboard mapping.

A keystroke can be:

When you use more than one key in a keystroke, all keys preceding the final key must be modifier keys—Alt, Ctrl, or Shift. You can create keystrokes with a single modifier key (Ctrl+F7) or with multiple modifier keys (Shift+Ctrl+F7).

The command that you map to a keystroke can be:

Click one of the following for more information: