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The '''Edit menu''' has the following options:
 
The '''Edit menu''' has the following options:
  
* Undo previous action - undo the last thing you did ({{Shortcut|CTRL|Z}})
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=Undo=
* Redo previous action - undo the last thing you undid ({{Shortcut|CTRL|R}})
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'''Undo''' - Undo the last thing (action) you did ({{Shortcut|CTRL|Z}}). Mainly all actions are undo-able.
 
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=Redo=
* Cut - Cuts (copy and delete) the selection  ({{Shortcut|CTRL|X}})
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'''Redo''' - Undo the last thing you undid ({{Shortcut|CTRL|R}})
* Copy - Copy the selection ({{Shortcut|CTRL|C}})
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=Cut=
* Paste - Paste the selection ({{Shortcut|CTRL|V}})
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'''Cut''' - Cuts (copy and delete) the selection  ({{Shortcut|CTRL|X}})
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=Copy=
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'''Copy''' - Copy the selection ({{Shortcut|CTRL|C}})
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=Paste=
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'''Paste''' - Paste the selection ({{Shortcut|CTRL|V}})
  
 
All of these actions are global. They not only work on the Canvas, but also in the Layers Palette, Parameters Palette, etc...
 
All of these actions are global. They not only work on the Canvas, but also in the Layers Palette, Parameters Palette, etc...
  
* Select all handles ({{Shortcut|CTRL|A}}) - selects all of the handles on the selected layer(s)
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=Select all layers=
* Deselect all layers ({{Shortcut|CTRL|D}}) - deselects all of the handles on the selected layer(s)
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'''Select all layers''' - ({{Shortcut|CTRL|SHIFT|A}}) - selects all layers
 
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=Deselect all layers=
* Properties - this is where you change the resolution, length, etc., of the current project. It is exactly the same as the Properties window when a new project is started.
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'''Deselect all layers''' - ({{Shortcut|CTRL|SHIFT|D}}) - deselects any selected layer(s)
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=Select all handles=
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'''Select all handles''' - ({{Shortcut|CTRL|A}}) - selects all of the handles on the selected layer(s)
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=Deselect all handles=
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'''Deselect all handles''' - ({{Shortcut|CTRL|D}}) - deselects all of the handles on the selected layer(s)
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=Input Devices=
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'''Input Devices''' - opens a the {{l|Input Devices|Input Devices}} {{l|Category:Dialogs|dialog}} that allows the user to setup custom values related to the input devices, generally the mouse but also for graphical tablets and other pointer systems.
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=Preferences=
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'''Preferences''' - Open a the {{l|Preferences Dialog|Preferences}} {{l|Category:Dialogs|dialog}} that allows to set certain properties and preferences that are globally adopted by the application and used by all the Documents opened or to be opened.

Revision as of 16:06, 29 September 2016

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The Edit menu has the following options:

Undo

Undo - Undo the last thing (action) you did (CtrlZ). Mainly all actions are undo-able.

Redo

Redo - Undo the last thing you undid (CtrlR)

Cut

Cut - Cuts (copy and delete) the selection (CtrlX)

Copy

Copy - Copy the selection (CtrlC)

Paste

Paste - Paste the selection (CtrlV)

All of these actions are global. They not only work on the Canvas, but also in the Layers Palette, Parameters Palette, etc...

Select all layers

Select all layers - (Ctrl⇧ ShiftA) - selects all layers

Deselect all layers

Deselect all layers - (Ctrl⇧ ShiftD) - deselects any selected layer(s)

Select all handles

Select all handles - (CtrlA) - selects all of the handles on the selected layer(s)

Deselect all handles

Deselect all handles - (CtrlD) - deselects all of the handles on the selected layer(s)

Input Devices

Input Devices - opens a the Input Devices dialog that allows the user to setup custom values related to the input devices, generally the mouse but also for graphical tablets and other pointer systems.

Preferences

Preferences - Open a the Preferences dialog that allows to set certain properties and preferences that are globally adopted by the application and used by all the Documents opened or to be opened.


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