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Linux – Kate Shortcut Keys

Linux – Kate Shortcut Keys

Kate Shortcut Keys for Linux

Insert – Toggle between Insert and Overwrite mode.
Arrow Left – Move the cursor one character to the left
Arrow Right – Move the cursor one character to the right
Arrow Up – Move the cursor up one line
Arrow Down – Move the cursor down one line
Page Up – Move the cursor up one page
Page Down – Move the cursor down one page
Backspace – Delete the character to the left of the cursor
Home – Move the cursor to the beginning of the line
End – Move the cursor to the end of the line
Delete – Delete the character to the right of the cursor (or any selected text)
Shift+Enter – Insert newline including leading characters of the current line which are not letters or numbers.
Shift+Arrow Left – Mark text one character to the left
Shift+Arrow Right – Mark text one character to the right
F1 – Help
Shift+F1 – What’s this?
Ctrl+F – Find
F3 – Find Next
Ctrl+B – Set a Bookmark
Ctrl+C – Copy the marked text to the clipboard
Ctrl+N – New document
Ctrl+P – Print
Ctrl+Q – Quit – close active copy of editor
Ctrl+R – Replace
Ctrl+S – Save your file
Ctrl+V – Paste
Ctrl+X – Delete the marked text and copy it to the clipboard
Ctrl+Z – Undo
Ctrl+Shift+Z – Redo

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