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Name

Dialogs — Key reference for Dialogs menu

Dialogs

Ctrl+ L

Layers

Shift+ Ctrl+ B

Brushes

Shift+ Ctrl+ P

Patterns

Ctrl+ G

Gradients

Shift+ Ctrl+ T

Tool-Options

Ctrl+ P

Palettes

Shift+ Ctrl+ I

Info window

Shift+ Ctrl+ N

Navigation window

[Note] Note

These open a new dialog window if it wasn't open yet, otherwise the corresponding dialog gets focus.

Within a Dialog

Alt+ F4, Ctrl+ W

Close the window

Tab

Jump to next widget

Shift+ Tab

Jump to previous widget

Enter

Set the new value

Space, Enter

Activate current button or list

Ctrl+ Alt+ PgUp, Ctrl+ PgDn

In a multi-tab dialog, switch tabs

[Note] Note

This accepts the new value you typed in a text field and returns focus to canvas.

Within a File Dialog

Shift+ L

Open Location

Alt+ Up arrow

Up-Folder

Alt+ Down arrow

Down-Folder

Alt+ Home

Home-Folder

Esc

Close Dialog


 
 
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