Keyboard Shortcuts for Mouse properties

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phani.2905
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Keyboard Shortcuts for Mouse properties

Post by phani.2905 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:25 pm

HI,

Can anyone please tell me, Shortcut keys used for inserting DELAY in Actions table, Entering a value in "DURATION" for Mouse Event and "MOVE TIME" for Mouse action. I use them a lot...

Thanks in advance,
A.R.Phanindranath

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rprehm
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Re: Keyboard Shortcuts for Mouse properties

Post by rprehm » Mon Feb 03, 2014 9:36 am

Hi phani.2905,

Unfortunately there are no shortcuts available for adding actions to the action table. But u could use the Copy&Past-functionality.
E.g.:
  • • Add a Delay-Action to your Action-Table
    • mark it
    • press CTRL+C (which copies the Delay-Action)
    • press CTRL+V (which pastes the copy of the Delay-Action)
    • repeat the last step as often as necessary
To step to the duration column of your Delay-Action just mark it and press “TAB”. There is no shortcut for setting the “MoveTime” of the mouse action. But at least you can open the properties-module by pressing “F4” if the module is disabled within your Ranorex Studio.

Regards,
Robert

phani.2905
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Re: Keyboard Shortcuts for Mouse properties

Post by phani.2905 » Wed Feb 05, 2014 8:58 am

rprehm wrote:Hi phani.2905,

Unfortunately there are no shortcuts available for adding actions to the action table. But u could use the Copy&Past-functionality.
E.g.:
  • • Add a Delay-Action to your Action-Table
    • mark it
    • press CTRL+C (which copies the Delay-Action)
    • press CTRL+V (which pastes the copy of the Delay-Action)
    • repeat the last step as often as necessary
To step to the duration column of your Delay-Action just mark it and press “TAB”. There is no shortcut for setting the “MoveTime” of the mouse action. But at least you can open the properties-module by pressing “F4” if the module is disabled within your Ranorex Studio.

Regards,
Robert
Hi,

Thanks Robert. :)
'F4' might help me and all the remaining things i am already using them.