I haven’t had a lot of time lately, so I thought I would do a quick roundup of the top keyboard shortcuts to help you with the quick, efficient way to accomplish tasks. My list is long and short. For starters, I love that they are all related to the keyboard. I’ve made the list so that you can easily search for them and more easily find the shortcuts that are right for you.
We at Prime Keyboard made the list because they are so much more awesome than those other keyboard shortcuts. I mean, why do we have shortcuts to move the cursor in-game, to change the font size, and how to use the arrow keys when your finger is on the right key? That’s why we made the list.
I mean, if there is one thing that the keyboard is great at, it’s giving you keyboard shortcuts. The e keyboard has a few of those, but I think the most important one is the one that gives you those three commands. To get those commands, you have to hold the right mouse button down while moving the cursor in-game.
Just because you can do anything in-game that you can do with a keyboard, or even a mouse, does not mean you can pick up a keyboard shortcut. You can pick up a keyboard shortcut from a menu and click it on the keyboard; you can pick up a keyboard shortcut from an arrow key; you can pick up a keyboard shortcut from the left menu; you can pick up a keyboard shortcut from the right menu; you can pick up a keyboard shortcut from anywhere in the game.
The problem with keyboard shortcuts is that they are only applicable when you have full “access” to the keyboard. If you’re using a mouse and keyboard at the same time, you can only use a keyboard shortcut when your mouse is also moving. So if you want to move your character and keyboard at the same time, you have to move the mouse, press the left button, and move your keyboard. This is called “in-game” switching.
You can switch between your own keyboard and the computer keyboard. A keyboard has a shortcut when it’s not needed. To get your own keyboard shortcut, simply press the left arrow.
That’s it! And it seems like it works just fine. I use this a lot with my Xbox. When I move my mouse, I can move my keyboard by simply pressing the left arrow.
This is a really cool feature of the e.keyboard. A keyboard having a shortcut when it is not needed is pretty cool.
For instance, if I want to press the backspace key so I can go back to the beginning of a line of text, I can do it with this keyboard shortcut. You’ll get a little stick on your right hand, which you can use to point down a list of actions you can take.
The other cool thing about this keyboard is that you can have it move left or right by simply moving your mouse. This makes it a lot easier to use with games like Word where you have to do a lot of moving of your mouse to enter text.