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» (0) Quickstart
» (0.2a) Text editing keys
» (1) Introduction
» (2) Installation & setup
» (3) Creating a character & starting to play
» (4) The world
» (5) Item and flag details, elements
» (6) Monster details
» (7) Character details
» (8) Tactics & strategy
» (9) Miscellanous

(0.2) Command reference & key sets
(0.2b) Slash commands
(0.2a) Text editing keys                                                        
When typing in a line of text (eg to chat), the following control keys are
available for text editing:

CTRL+P/N    Cycle through your message history.

CTRL+V/B    Move cursor to beginning/end of line.

CTRL+Q/W    Move cursor back/forward by one word.
CTRL+E      Delete word before the cursor.
    ..and a special function:
    Whenever a text input prompt appears which suggests a default text, you may
    press CTRL+E as the first key you hit. Then the default text will actually
    be used as if you entered it and it becomes editable.
    The main purpose of this functionality is in the macro menu when manually
    editing macro actions: You can edit a previously defined action without
    having to completely retype it.

CTRL+A/S    Move cursor back/forward by one character.
CTRL+D      Delete character under the cursor.

CTRL+C      Search history of chat messages you typed. Press CTRL+C again for
            next match. Press ENTER to choose or ESC to cancel.
            Entering an asterisk '*' will be interpreted as wild card.
            Eg entering the search string "h*w*4" will search for all messages
            that contained an 'h' which was followed at some point by an 'w'
            which in turn was followed at some point by a '4', such as:
            "oh wow, found 4 arts!".
            To jump back to the previous search result, press CTRL+F.

CTRL+K      Copies currently typed chat line to clipboard.
            Note that CTRL+K can also be used inside message recall screen,
            which is invoked by CTRL+O/P (important/all messages). There it
            will copy the bottom-most displayed line to the clipboard, or - if
            double-tapped - tries to extract a URL and copy that one instead.
CTRL+L      Pastes current OS clipboard as chat line (erasing any existing
            text you might have been typing in).
            On Linux/OSX this requires 'xclip' to be installed.
(0.2) Command reference & key sets
(0.2b) Slash commands