This does not list shortcuts specific to line-editing mode.
Copy the selection to the clipboard.
It is copied as both plain text (
and formatted HTML (
text/html) in case the receiving
application can paste the latter.
Control-C also works in line-editing mode.)
Paste text from the clipboard.
Control-V also works in line-editing mode.)
Save the display to a file.
Cycle between the input modes: automatic, to line, to character, and back. The resulting mode is displayed temporarily.
Scroll to top.
Scroll to bottom.
Scroll one “page” up or down. (Specifically, the viewport height minus a height of one line.)
Scroll one line up or down.
The following are implemented by most browsers, rather than DomTerm, so it may not work on all browsers.
Zoom in (makes text bigger). (Does not work in atom-domterm.)
Zoom out (makes text smaller). (Does not work in atom-domterm.)
“Un-zoom” to normal size.
Toggle full-screen mode.
Toogle Developer Window, useful for debugging or examining the state of the Document Object Model.
Scroll a page up or down, respectively.
Scroll a line up or down, respectively.
Scroll to top or bottom, respectively.
See also the bindings for Paging mode.
The prefix key
Control-Shift-A when followed by some other key
controls sessions and windows.
Create a new terminal in a new tab.
Create a new terminal in a new pane (sub-window). The new pane is create to the right or below the current pane, depending on space.
Create a new terminal pane to the left of the current one.
Create a new terminal pane to the right of the current one.
Create a new terminal pane above the current one.
Create a new terminal pane below the current one.
Select the previous pane or tab.
Select the next pane or tab.
Detach from current session and close the (sub-)window.