This page shows the general Keyboard Shortcuts for SECURECRT 8.7. SECURECRT is a terminal editor that is available on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. It is used to maintain and configure the servers, routers, and network services.
Last updated on Oct 13, 2020.
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General Keyboard Shortcuts:
|Ctrl+F4||It will close the current tab|
|Ctrl+Tab||This shortcut key helps to navigate between tabs|
|Ctrl+Shift+Tab||Used to navigate backward between tabs|
|Alt+0–9||It will jump to one of the first 10 tabs|
|Alt+B||Helps to open a new connection|
|Alt+F+N||This shortcut key will close the session|
|Ctrl+A||It is used to move the cursor to the beginning of the line|
|Ctrl+E||Helps to move the cursor to the end of the line|
|Ctrl+K||It is used to cut everything after the cursor in the current line|
|Ctrl+W||This shortcut key will delete from the beginning of the line to the cursor|
|Ctrl+_||It is used to Undo|
In this article, we will guide you to learn some general SECURECRT Keyboard Shortcuts. If you have any quarries leave it in the below comment box.