Keyboard shortcuts

The list of the common keyboard shortcuts
Ctrl+LeftArrow: Selection left to the previous word
Ctrl+RightArrow: Selection right to the next word
Ctrl+Shift+LeftArrow: Previous word
Ctrl+Shift+RightArrow: Next word
Alt+LeftArrow: Previous window
Alt+RightArrow: Next window
Alt+Shift+LeftArrow: Previous window in the same IRC context Alt+Shift+RightArrow: Next window in the same IRC context Ctrl+UpArrow: Maximize current window
Ctrl+DownArrow or ESC: Minimize current window
Ctrl+<digit>, F1-F12, Shift+(F1-F12): Script accelerators (see onaccelkeypressed)
Shift+<F1-F12> window switch
Tab in the first word of input: Completes nicknames in the current channel or query
Tab after a leading /: Completes commands
Tab after a / in the middle of input: Completes directories
Tab after a $: Completes function names
Shift+Tab after the first word of input: completes masks in the current channel or query
Ctrl+B: Inserts the 'bold' mIRC text control character
Ctrl+K: Inserts the 'color' mIRC text control character
Ctrl+R: Inserts the 'reverse' mIRC text control character
Ctrl+U: Inserts the 'underline' mIRC text control character
Ctrl+O: Inserts the 'reset' mIRC text control character
Ctrl+P: Inserts the 'non-crypt' (plain text) KVIrc control character used to disable encryption of the current text line
Ctrl+C: Copies the selected text to clipboard
Ctrl+X: Cuts the selected text
Ctrl+V: Pastes the clipboard contents (same as middle mouse click)
Ctrl+I: Inserts the 'icon' control code and pops up the icon list box CursorUp: Moves backward in the command history
CursorDown: Moves forward in the command history
Ctrl+PageUp: Opens the history popup
CursorRight: Moves the cursor to the right
CursorLeft: Moves the cursor to the left :)
Shift+CursorLeft: Moves the selection to the left
Shift+RightCursor: Moves the selection to the right
PageUp: Scrolls the output window up one page
PageDown: Scrolls the output window down one page Shift+PageUp: Scrolls the output window up one line
Shift+PageDown: Scrolls the output window down one line Alt+lt;numeric_sequence>: Inserts the character by ASCII/Unicode code
Ctrl+Backspace: Shows or hides the multiline editor
Ctrl+F4: Closes the current window
<example>     Alt+32: Inserts ASCII/Unicode character 32: ' ' (a space)     Alt+00032: Same as above :)     Alt+13: Inserts the Carriage Return (CR) control character     Alt+77: Inserts ASCII/Unicode character 77: 'M'     Alt+23566: Inserts Unicode character 23566 (an ideogram) </example>

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