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== Miscellaneous==
 
== Miscellaneous==
  
* Pressing "Z" with an object selected shows a larger version of that object in a modal popup
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* Pressing "Z" with an object selected shows a larger version of that object in a model popup
* Pressing Shift+Z as the GM shows all players the larger version of that object. Note that only players and DMs that are on the same page as the selected token will see the modal pop-up.
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* Pressing Shift+Z as the GM shows all players the larger version of that object. Note that only players and DMs that are on the same page as the selected token will see the model pop-up.
 
* Holding Shift and Double Clicking a token will open the Character Sheet (if there is one) that the token represents.
 
* Holding Shift and Double Clicking a token will open the Character Sheet (if there is one) that the token represents.
 
* Pressing Ctrl/Cmd+L with a token selected as the GM to view the environment as that token would when [[Dynamic Lighting]] or [[Advanced Fog of War]] is enabled on the current page.
 
* Pressing Ctrl/Cmd+L with a token selected as the GM to view the environment as that token would when [[Dynamic Lighting]] or [[Advanced Fog of War]] is enabled on the current page.

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Contents

[edit] Layers

  • Ctrl/Cmd+O: Switch to token layer
  • Ctrl/Cmd+K: Switch to GM layer
  • Ctrl/Cmd+M: Switch to map layer
  • Ctrl/Cmd+Shift+O: Move selected object to token layer
  • Ctrl/Cmd+Shift+K: Move selected object to GM layer
  • Ctrl/Cmd+Shift+M: Move selected object to map layer

[edit] Tools

  • Ctrl/Cmd+S: Select tool
  • Ctrl/Cmd+F: Brush tool
  • Ctrl/Cmd+G: Text tool
  • Ctrl/Cmd+U: Add selected object(s) to turn tracker
  • Ctrl/Cmd+A: Select everything on current layer
  • Ctrl/Cmd+C: Copy selected object(s)
  • Ctrl/Cmd+V: Paste copied object(s)
  • Ctrl/Cmd+Z: Undo previous action
  • Backspace or Delete: Delete selected object(s)

[edit] Rulers

  • Q or secondary click while measuring will add a waypoint to your measurement line.
  • Shift while measuring will keep the measurement line visible until you dismiss with secondary click or by making a new measurement
  • X will recall your last measurement line after it has been dismissed


[edit] Drawing

  • Shift+Draw: Draw snapped to grid (straight lines, polygon tool points on edges, squares, etc.)

[edit] Moving, Rotation and Resizing

  • Alt+Mouse Wheel: Zoom
  • Alt+Resize: Ignore grid snapping
  • Alt+Move: Ignore grid snapping
  • ←, →, ↑ or ↓: Moves a selected token one grid unit in the specified direction
  • Alt+(←, →, ↑ or ↓): Moves a selected token three pixel in the specified direction
  • E+Mouse Wheel: Rotates a selected token by 45-degree or 30-degree increments, depending on your grid type
  • Alt+E+Mouse Wheel: Rotates a selected token by 1 degree at a time
  • Right Mouse Button+Drag: Pan

[edit] Miscellaneous

  • Pressing "Z" with an object selected shows a larger version of that object in a model popup
  • Pressing Shift+Z as the GM shows all players the larger version of that object. Note that only players and DMs that are on the same page as the selected token will see the model pop-up.
  • Holding Shift and Double Clicking a token will open the Character Sheet (if there is one) that the token represents.
  • Pressing Ctrl/Cmd+L with a token selected as the GM to view the environment as that token would when Dynamic Lighting or Advanced Fog of War is enabled on the current page.
  • (GM only) While holding down Shift, hold down your Left Mouse Button upon a point on the tabletop. This will center everyone's field of vision about that point. This is known as "shift-pinging".
  • Holding down Alt while performing a multi-select (dragging a box around objects) will select ONLY objects classified as drawings.