Rational Rose Hotkeys - Keyboard Shortcuts





Debugging Shortcuts

Shift+F9

Displays the Add Watch dialog box, in which you can specify the name of a BasicScript variable. Script Editor then displays the value of that variable, if any, in the watch pane of its application window.

Enter or F2

Displays the Modify Variable dialog box for the selected watch variable, which enables you to modify the value of that variable.

F6

If the watch pane is open, switches the insertion point between the watch pane and the edit pane.

Ctrl+Break

Suspends execution of an executing script and places the instruction pointer on the next line to be executed.

F9

Sets or removes a breakpoint on the line containing the insertion point.

F10

Activates the Step Over command, which executes the next line of a BasicScript script and then suspends execution of the script. If the script calls another BasicScript procedure, BasicScript will run the called procedure in its entirety.

F11

Activates the Step Into command, which executes the next line of a BasicScript script and then suspends execution of the script. If the script calls another BasicScript procedure, execution will continue into each line of the called procedure.

Editing Shortcuts

Del

Removes the selected text or removes the character following the insertion point without placing it on the Clipboard.

BkSp

Removes the selected text or removes the character preceding the insertion point without placing it on the Clipboard.

Ctrl+Y

Deletes the entire line containing the insertion point without placing it on the Clipboard.

Tab

Inserts a tab character.

Enter

Inserts a new line, breaking the current line.

Ctrl+C

Copies the selected text, without removing it from the script, and places it on the Clipboard.

Ctrl+X

Removes the selected text from the script and places it on the Clipboard.

Ctrl+V

Inserts the contents of the Clipboard at the location of the insertion point.

Shift + any navigating shortcut

Selects the text between the initial location of the insertion point and the point to which the keyboard shortcut would normally move the insertion point. (For example, pressing Shift + Ctrl + Left arrow selects the word to the left of the insertion point; pressing Shift+Ctrl+Home selects all the text from the location of the insertion point to the start of your script.)

Ctrl+Z

Reverses the effect of the preceding editing change(s).

General Shortcuts

F1

Provides context-sensitive help for selected menu commands and variables in the watch pane, for BasicScript terms in the edit pane that have been selected or that contain the insertion point, and for displayed dialog boxes.

Ctrl+F

Displays the Find dialog box, which allows you to specify text for which you want to search.

F3

Searches for the next occurrence of previously specified text. If you have not previously specified text for which you want to search, displays the Find dialog box.

Esc

Deactivates the Help pointer if it is active. Otherwise, compiles your script and returns you to the host application.

Navigating Shortcuts

Up arrow

Moves the insertion point up one line.

Down arrow

Moves the insertion point down one line.

Left arrow

Moves the insertion point left by one character position.

Right arrow

Moves the insertion point right by one character position.

PgUp

Moves the insertion point up by one window.

PgDn

Moves the insertion point down by one window.

Ctrl+PgUp

Scrolls the insertion point left by one window.

Ctrl+PgDn

Scrolls the insertion point right by one window.

Ctrl + Left arrow

Moves the insertion point to the start of the next word to the left.

Ctrl + Right arrow

Moves the insertion point to the start of the next word to the right.

Home

Places the insertion point before the first character in the line.

End

Places the insertion point after the last character in the line.

Ctrl+Home

Places the insertion point before the first character in the script.

Ctrl+End

Places the insertion point after the last character in the script.

 

Kyboard Accelerators

File Commands

New CTRL-N
Open CTRL-O
Save CTRL-S
Print CTRL-P


Edit Commands

Undo CTRL-Z
Redo CTRL-Y
Cut CTRL-X
Copy CTRL-C
Paste CTRL-V
Delete DELETE
Select All CTRL-A
Delete from Model CTRL-D
Relocate CTRL-L
Find CTRL-F


View Commands

Zoom to selection CTRL-M
Zoom in CTRL-I
Zoom out CTRL-U
Fit in Window CTRL-W
Refresh F2
As Booch CTRL-ALT-B
As OMT CTRL-ALT-O
As Unified CTRL-ALT-U


Browse Commands

State Machine

Diagram CTRL-T
Expand CTRL-E
Specification CTRL-B
Referenced Class CTRL-R
Previous Diagram F3
Object/Interaction F5
Units F7
Help

Contents F1

 

 

 



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