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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0011748||Scribus||Tables||public||2013-09-27 07:14||2015-06-17 08:23|
|Platform||Table's cells 'browsing'||OS||OS Version|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0011748: Keyboard use to navigate inside a table|
|Description||CTRL-ARROWDOWN is used to go to end of paragraph (inside a cell in the same way as inside a frame) while CTRL-ARROWUP is used to go to begining of paragraph (inside a cell in the same way as inside a frame).|
CTRL+SHIFT+UP and CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN could be conveniently used to move the carret to the table cell on same X position but on the line up or down.
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT and CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT could be conveniently used to move the editing carret from the current cell to the next one (immediatly on the left or on the right).
CTRL+TAB is free to be used so CTRL+TAB (to go to the right) and CTRL+SHIFT+TAB (to the left) could be a possible alternative, since this is close to how it is in all known spreadsheets.
These would provide efficiency ways of editing documents with tables.
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