- the Ctrl key has a solid diamond on it (♦);
- the Alt key has an open diamond on it (◊);
- the Esc key has a white × inside a black disc ();
- the Tab key has double arrows on it (↹);
- the Tilde key has a tilde on it (~);
- the Frame key has an open rectangle on it (□);
- the F1 key is the same as the Neighborhood view key ();
- the F2 key is the same as the Group view key ();
- the F3 key is the same as the Home view key ();
- the F4 key is the same as the Activity view key ();
- the Delete key is the same as Fn-Erase.
- the Page Up key is the same as Fn-up-arrow (↑).
- the Page Down key is the same as Fn-down-arrow (↓).
- the Home key is the same as Fn-left-arrow (←).
- the End key is the same as Fn-right-arrow (→).
|Alt-Tab||Cycle forward through running activities|
|Shift-Alt-Tab||Cycle backward through running activities|
|Ctrl-c||Copy to clipboard - note this becomes Shift-Ctrl-c in the Terminal (only)|
|Ctrl-v||Paste from clipboard - note this becomes Shift-Ctrl-v in the Terminal (only)|
|Ctrl-x||Cut (and copy to clipboard)|
|Ctrl-a||Select all (current input/dialog/text box )|
|Alt-Enter||Toggle full-screen mode|
|Alt-Space||Toggle tray visibility (works in Browse but not in Record)|
|Ctrl-u||View source in Browse (opens copy of source in Write)|
|Fn-Space||View source (system wide, although not enabled in all applications yet)|
|Alt-1||Screen capture; saved to Journal as a PNG file named "Screenshot"|
|Ctrl-Alt-F1 (F1 is the Neighborhood key)||Console 1|
|Ctrl-Alt-F2 (F2 is the Friends key)||Console 2|
|Ctrl-Alt-F3 (F3 is the Home key)||Sugar / X Windows|
|Esc-Frame-RightArrow-Fn (the four corners keys on the keyboard)||Recalibrate touchpad (AKA Four finger salute); Fn should be pressed last.|
|Alt-BrightnessDown||Backlight off black & white mode|
|Alt-BrightnessUp||Full brightness color mode|
Using modifier keys in combination
Note about the use of modifier keys: there are several (slightly) different ways in which key combinations are indicated in the wiki. Whenever you see combinations separated by either a - or + this means to press these keys together, starting with the modifier keys. The last key in the sequence should be pressed while holding down the modifier key(s). For example:
Shift-A (or Shift+A) means hold the Shift key down and then press the A key while holding down the Shift key. This will create a capital letter A. (The order is important: if you press the A key first, the result will be a lower case a.)
Ctrl-Alt-Erase (or Ctrl+Alt+Erase) means hold down both the Ctrl and Alt keys and then press the Erase key. This will restart Sugar/X Windows. (Again, the order is important: if you press the Erase key first, the result will be a backspace.)