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(Sugar Hotkeys: (These may or may not work, for example many of these DON'T work if you are running Sugar in emulation mode in [http://fedoraproject.org/ Fedora 11].))
(see also: The folks over at [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Keyboard_shortcuts laptop.org] have a list as well.)
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:Try using the ctrl + esc combination--[[User:Dennis Daniels|Dennis Daniels]] 15:15, 9 August 2009 (UTC)
 
:Try using the ctrl + esc combination--[[User:Dennis Daniels|Dennis Daniels]] 15:15, 9 August 2009 (UTC)
  
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The folks over at [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Keyboard_shortcuts laptop.org] have a list as well.

Revision as of 11:18, 9 August 2009

Sugar Hotkeys

(These may or may not work, for example many of these DON'T work if you are running Sugar in emulation mode in Fedora 11.)

  • F1= get wireless network view
  • f2 for group view,
  • f3 for home
  • f4 for activity
  • alt+tab to change between activities
  • alt +1 to make a screengrab

terminal hotkeys

  • ctrl+shift+c =copy
  • ctrl+shift+v =paste

keys that should work

Some combination of hotkeys should always work to close an application. Somtimes

*ctrl+q works

but not always.

Activities

Turtle Art Hotkeys

  • Alt+ p =palette;
  • alt +b =blocks;
  • alt +r =run;
  • alt +w =walk;
  • alt +s =stop;
  • alt +e =erase; e.g., Alt+e will erase the screen.

The undiscoverables

keys that don't work but should

esc doesn't appear to do anything at the activity level ... if Sugar is to help kids learn about computers then they should know that escape, outside of Sugar, does a lot of stop-gap good. Is there no 'esc' on OLPC machines?

Try using the ctrl + esc combination--Dennis Daniels 15:15, 9 August 2009 (UTC)

see also

The folks over at laptop.org have a list as well.