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Linux – KiCAD Shortcut Keys

Linux – KiCAD Shortcut Keys

KiCAD Shortcut Keys for Linux

? – Help
F1 – Zoom In
F2 – Zoom Out
F3 – Zoom Redraw
F4 – Zoom Center
Home – Fit on Screen
Del – Delete Item
Insert – Repeat Lest Item
Tab – Move Block -> Drag Block
M – Move Item
C – Copy Component or Label
G – Drag Item
A – Add Component
P – Add Power
R – Rotate Item
X – Mirror X Component
Y – Mirror Y Component
N – Orient Normal Component
E – Edit Item
V – Edit Value
U – Edit Reference
F – Edit Footprint
W – Begin Wire
B – Begin Bus
K – End Line Wire Bus
L – Add Label
H – Add Hierarchical Label
J – Add Junction
Q – Add No Connect Flag
S – Add Sheet
Z – Add Wire Entry
/ – Add Bus Entry
Spacebar – Reset Local Coordinates
Ctrl+Z – Undo
Ctrl+Y – Redo
K – Track Display Mode
Delete – Delete
Backspace – Delete Track Segment
X – Add New Track
V – Add Via
Ctrl+V – Add Microvia
/ – Switch Track Posture
D – Drag Track, Keep Slope
P – Place Item
C – Copy Item
End – End Track
M – Move Item
F – Flip Item
R – Rotate Item
G – Drag Item
T – Get and Move Footprint
L – Lock/Unlock Footprint
Ctrl+S – Save Board
Ctrl+L – Load Board
Ctrl+F – Find Item
End – Edit Item
PgDn – Switch to Cooper Layer
F5 – Switch to Inner Layer 1
F6 – Switch to Inner Layer 2
PgUp – Switch to Component Layer
+ – Switch to Next Layer
– Switch to Previous Layer
O – Add Module
W – Switch Track Width to Next
Ctrl+W – Switch Track Width to Previous
H – Switch Highcontrast Mode

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