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Linux – gEDA Shortcut Keys

Linux – gEDA Shortcut Keys

gEDA Shortcut Keys for Linux

V – Global view of working area
C – Centers view on cursor
Z – Zoom in
Shift+Z – Zoom out
| – Toggles thin draw mode
Tab – Vertical flip
Shift+Tab – Horizontal flip
Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Exchange the roles of front and far side
Esc – Enter select mode (same as Space, or F11)
Esc – Terminate the current action, e.g. stop drawing tracks
Insert – Enter insert point mode. Click and drag on track to insert a point
Return – Same as a click on the left mouse button
Space – Enter select mode (same as Esc, or F11)
Tab – View: vertical flip
Shift+Tab – View: horizontal flip
Ctrl+Shift+Tab – View: exchange the roles of front side and far side
Del – Delete object under the mouse cursor
Ctrl+Shift L-Mouse – Delete object under the mouse cursor (fast)
Shift+Del – Delete objects in selection
Backspace – Delete objects in selection
Shift+Backspace – Deletes connected copper under the cursor. Rats are considered a connection.
| – Toggles thin draw mode
A – Read the parameters to use for new objects from the object below the cursor.
Alt+A – Select all objects on active layers. Deactivated layers are ignored.
Shift+Alt+A – Clear selection
B – Flip object to the other side of the board
C – View: center display at cursor position
Ctrl+C – Copy selection to buffer and unselect
D – Display pin or pad name
Shift+D – Open pinout window for element under mouse cursor
E – Delete all rats
Shift+E – Delete selected rats
F – Highlight connections to object under mouse cursor. This includes rats and objects on invisible layers
Ctrl+F – Add connections to object under mouse cursor to the set of found objects
Shift+F – Un-highlight found connections
G – Increment grid by configured imperial increment
Shift+G – Decrement grid by configured imperial increment
Ctrl+G – Increment grid by configured metric increment
Ctrl+Shift+G – Decrement grid by configured metric increment
H – Toggle the visibility of the refdes or value attached to the component under the cursor
Shift+H – Toggle the visibility of the refdes or value attached to selected components
Ctrl+H – Toggle plating of a via. Used to produce non metalized mounting holes
J – Toggle the polygon clear flag of the line under the cursor
Shift+J – Toggle the polygon clear flag of selected lines
K – Increment clearance (soldermask to copper edge)
Shift+K – Decrement clearance (soldermask to copper edge (NOTE: can go negative!))
Ctrl+K – Increment clearance of selected objects (soldermask to copper edge)
Shift+Ctrl+K – Decrement clearance of selected objects (soldermask to copper edge)
L – Increment width of the line tool, adds to the settings of the current line style
Shift+L – Reduce the current linewidth
M – Move the object under the cursor to the current layer
Shift+M – Move selected objects to the current working layer (see pcb tip)
Ctrl+M – Set the origin to the current position of the mouse pointer
N – Show object refdes / pin number at mouse pointer
Shift+N – Select the shortest unselected rat on the board
O – Optimize and redraw all rats
Shift+O – Optimize and redraw selected nets only
Ctrl+O – Toggle the octagon flag of the object under the cursor
Shift+P – Connect the first point of a polygon with the last
Q – Toggle square/round corners on pads
Shift+R – Redo what was undone with undo
Ctrl+R – Show object report
S – Increment size of the object under the cursor
Shift+S – Decrement size of the object under the cursor
Alt+S – Increase the hole of the object under the cursor
Alt+Shift+S – Decrease the hole of the object under the cursor
Ctrl+S – Increase the hole of the object under the cursor
Ctrl+Shift+S – Decrease the hole size
T – Increase the size of new text by 10 mil
Shift+T – Decrease the size of new text by 10 mil
V – Global view of working area
Shift+V – Increase the diameter of new vias by 5 mil
Ctrl+V – Paste from buffer
Ctrl+Shift+V – Decrease the diameter of new vias by 5 mil
Alt+V – Increase the drill diameter of new vias by 5 mil
Shift+Alt+V – Decrease the drill diameter of new vias by 5 mil
Ctrl+X – Cut selection to buffer
Z – View: zoom in
Shift+Z – View: zoom out
F1 – Enter via tool
F2 – Enter line tool
F3 – Enter arc tool
F4 – Enter text tool
F5 – Enter rectangle tool
F6 – Enter polygon tool
F7 – Enter buffer mode
F8 – Enter remove mode
F9 – Enter rotate mode
F10 – File menu
F11 – Enter select mode (same as Space, or Esc)
F12 – Enter lock mode

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