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Special Keys

i neuw edited this page Jun 7, 2018 · 5 revisions

Introduction

The below table lists all the names used for special keys.

Keys String
ALT <alt>
ALT_GR <alt_gr>
BACKSPACE <backspace>
CAPSLOCK <capslock>
CONTROL <ctrl>
DELETE <delete>
DOWN <down>
END <end>
ENTER/RETURN <enter>
ESCAPE <escape>
F1-F12 <f1>-<f12>
HOME <home>
INSERT <insert>
LEFT <left>
MENU <menu>
NP_ADD <np_add>
NP_DELETE <np_delete>
NP_DIVIDE <np_divide>
NP_DOWN <np_down>
NP_END <np_end>
NP_HOME <np_home>
NP_INSERT <np_insert>
NP_LEFT <np_left>
NP_MULTIPLY <np_multiply>
NP_PAGE_DOWN <np_page_down>
NP_PAGE_UP <np_page_up>
NP_RIGHT <np_right>
NP_SUBTRACT <np_subtract>
NP_UP <np_up>
NUMLOCK <numlock>
PAGE_DOWN <page_down>
PAGE_UP <page_up>
PAUSE <pause>
PRINT_SCREEN <print_screen>
RETURN/ENTER <enter>
RIGHT <right>
SCROLL_LOCK <scroll_lock>
SHIFT <shift>
SPACE (space character)
SUPER <super>
TAB <tab>
UP <up>

To combine two keys use a + sign - e.g. to press Control+Esc use "<ctrl>+<escape>" enclosed in quotes.

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