In the Turtl editor, you can use a whole array of different shortcuts on your keyboard to speed up the time editing your Doc. Below are all the different options you can use.
Adjust the focal point of an image or video thumbnail
When an image is uploaded to Turtl, it's automatically sized to fit the column layout. In some cases, you might want to adjust the focal point of the image so the subject (e.g. a person) is clear.
Alt+click+drag - Hover your mouse over an image or video thumbnail in the Immerse preview. Hold down the Alt key and move the mouse until you find the right focal point.
Cut, copy and paste
Ctrl/Cmd+X – Cuts text to clipboard.
Ctrl/Cmd+C – Copies text to clipboard.
Ctrl/Cmd+V – Pastes text from clipboard.
Undo and redo
Ctrl/Cmd+Z, Cmd+shift+Z – Undo.
Ctrl/Cmd+Y – Redo.
Enter (return) – Ends a paragraph and starts a new one.
Shift+enter – Adds a line break.
Tab – Advances cursor and bullet points to next tab stop.
Ctrl/Alt+backspace – Deletes a word.
Ctrl/Cmd+A+backspace - Deletes all content in an immerse section.
Ctrl/Cmd+B – Applies bold formatting to text.
Ctrl/Cmd+I – Applies italics formatting to text.
Ctrl/Cmd+U – Applies underline formatting to text.
Ctrl/Cmd+L, Ctrl/Cmd+K – Opens the link dialog window.
*Cmd = Apple
*Cntrl = Windows
All this and more is covered in our Turtl Handbook, see here.
You can also adjust the letter spacing if to get rid of widows and orphans in the editor. For details on how to do this Find out more about adjusting line spacing here