[50+] FBIde Keyboard Shortcut Keys – {A Simple List}

FBIde: It is an open-source IDE for the FreeBasic compiler. It comes with features such as tabbed interface, syntax highlighting, compiling, and executing directly from IDE, sub, and function browser. In this article, we will guide you to know a general List of FBIde Keyboard Shortcut Keys.  Let’s get into this article!!

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Last updated on July 14, 2021.

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File handling shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+N It is used to create a new empty document.
Ctrl+O Helps to open a file dialog.
Ctrl+S This key will save the file.
Ctrl+Shift+S It will save the file as.

Tab handling shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+09 Use this key to select the given tab.
Ctrl+Shift+1
9
It will select tabs between 10 and 19.
Ctrl+F4 Helps to close the active tab.
Ctrl+Tab This key will select the next tab.
Ctrl+Shift+
Tab
It is used to select the previous tab.

Editing shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+Z Use this key to undo.
Ctrl+Shift+Z Helps to redo.
Ctrl+X It is used to cut.
Ctrl+C This shortcut key will copy.
Ctrl+V Helps to paste.
Ctrl+A It is used to select all.
Ctrl+L Use this key to select a line, or select the next line.
Ctrl+D Helps to make a copy of the current line.
Ctrl+Shift+L It will delete the next line.
Tab This key will indent an increase in selected text/line.
Shift+Tab Helps to indent decrease of selected text/line.
Ctrl+M It is used to comment on selected text/line.
Ctrl+Shift+M Use this key to un-comment selected text/line.
Ctrl+U Helps to make selected text uppercase.
Ctrl+Shift+U It will make the selected text lowercase.
Ctrl+← → This key will go to the previous/next word.
Ctrl+Shift+
← →
It is used to add previous/next words to the selection.

User interface shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl++ or
Ctrl+ or
Ctrl+
Helps to zoom the editor in/out.

Search/Replace shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+F This key will open the find dialog.
F3 It is used to find next.
Ctrl+R Helps to open replace dialog.
Ctrl+G Use this key to open the “go-to line” dialog.

Compiling shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
F9 Helps to compile and run.
Ctrl+F9 It is used to compile.
Ctrl+Shift+F9 This key will run.
F5 Helps to quick run.

Misc shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
F1 It is used to help.
F2 Use this key for the sub/function browser.
F4 Helps to open/close compiler output area.
F8 This key will command prompt.

From this article, you can get to know about a general List of FBIde Keyboard Shortcut Keys. Hope that this article is useful to you. If you have any queries, then leave them in the below comment box.

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