19 - Keystrokes used in WinImages F/x
F/x supports a number of keystrokes to aid the user. F/x also follows all Windows keystroke conventions for selecting and sending dialog controls.
Keystrokes are detected only when a View window is active. Dialogs consume all keystrokes, and so none of these commands work when a dialog is active.
Keystrokes here are generally in alphabetic order. Be sure to look through them all, as functions that are related are not grouped on this page.
Shift-Ctrl-0 - Printer Separations
1 - Zoom in 10% in a view
2 - Zoom in 20% in a view
3 - Zoom Out in a view
4 - Zoom off in a view
5 - Set magnification to 1:2 (50%) (Shifted is 1:4 (25%))
6 - Set magnification to 1:1
7 - Set magnification to 2:1
8 - Set magnification to 3:1
9 - Open full screen window (close with Escape)
0 - Separate into CMY components
F2 - Access the System and Memory Info panel.
F3 - Will display the Transparency Controls dialog. These controls can be used to specify the transparency level and the width of the edge blending to be used.
F4 - Will access the Change Image Info.. panel. The controls in this panel allow you to alter certain aspects of the selected image.
ESC - Will force F/x to abort the current operation. This can also be done by pressing the Stop button on the Status Bar. If an image is currently in the full screen view mode, then this button will close the full screen display.
TAB - Will advance the Tool Bar to the next operation group.
→ - Moves the Tool Bar one operation to the right, except when pressed when a layered view is active, where it scrolls the layer one pixel right.
← - Moves the Tool Bar one operation to the left, except when pressed when a layered view is active, where it scrolls the layer one pixel left.
↑ - Closes the current operation dialog, except when pressed when a layered view is active, where it scrolls the layer one pixel up.
↓ - Opens the current operation dialog, except when pressed when a layered view is active, where it scrolls the layer one pixel down.
Home - Resets layer X & Y offsets to zero.
a - Brings the Area Selection Tools to the front.
c - This key opens or fronts the Chronograph window.
d - This key sets Draw First mode (see i, below)
e - Ejects the current filmstrip.
f - This keystroke will show or front the Filmstrip window.
i - This key sets Immediate Painting mode (see d, above)
p - Activates the play mode for the filmstrip. Pressing this key a second time will stop the filmstrip playback.
s - This will open the Sequence Controls dialog which is used to specify output parameters for the program.
t - This keystroke will show or front the TimeLine window.
u - This will cause F/x to undo the last operation.
v - This key will show or front the next image view.
w - Brings the F/x main window to the front
y - Makes the currently active view window appear full screen. Pressing y a second time will close the current full screen view.
z - Will present you with the zoom pointer. Once this has appeared you can select the view and area that you would like to zoom. Shift Z will access the Negative Zoom pointer for zooming out an image, and Alt-z will allow you to present the zoom in a 1:1 aspect ratio on screen.
SHIFT - While making an area selection will cause the new area to be added to the last selected area. This is very useful for creating complex area selections using multiple area tools.
Shift-TAB - Moves the Tool Bar to the previous operation group.
Shift-← - Moves the filmstrip left one frame, except when pressed when a layered view is active, where it scrolls the layer ten pixels left.
Shift-→ - Moves the filmstrip right one frame, except when pressed when a layered view is active, where it scrolls the layer ten pixels right.
Shift-↑ - Scrolls a layer ten pixels up.
Shift-↓ - Scrolls a layer ten pixels down.
Shift-0 - Separate into CMYK components
Shift-A - Closes the Area Selection Tools.
Shift-C - Closes the chronograph window.
Shift-F - Close the Filmstrip.
Shift-O - Closes the operation dialog.
Shift-T - Closes the Timeline dialog.
Shift-U - Causes WinImages F/x to de-undo the last undo operation.
Shift-V - This key will show or front the previous image view.
Shift Z - Dezooms a currently zoomed image one level.
Ctrl - Holding down Ctrl while making an area selection will subtract the new area selection from the previous area.
Ctrl-← - Moves the Time Line Left one frame.
Ctrl-→ - Moves the Time Line Right one frame.
Ctrl-↑ - Moves the current frame indicator Up one level in the Time Line.
Ctrl-↓ - Moves the current frame indicator Up one level in the Time Line.
Ctrl-DEL - Delete the currently selected object in the time line.
Ctrl-0 - Separate into RGB components
Ctrl-d - Deletes the current line of the Time Line.
Ctrlc - Initiates a copy to the Windows clipboard
Ctrl-u - Undo for the most recent change only
Shift-Ctrl-u - Redo for the most recent change only
ALT - Toggles the From Corner area selection modifier
Alt-F4 - Closes the program.
Views can be forced to display images with a 1:1 display ratio (a pixel for pixel display mode) by either clicking on the Zoom button with ALT pressed, or by clicking on the Zoom button and then clicking in a view with ALT pressed.
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