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Keyboard shortcuts

Hot keys allow you to perform a number of program functions from the keyboard, which in turn optimizes work in the program​

Query editor - Keyboard shortcuts


  • Shift + F1   -  create a new sheet to work with DBMS " Oracle "

  • Shift + F2   -  create a new sheet to work with " SQLite " databases

  • Shift + F3   -  create a new sheet to work with DBMS " PostgreSQL "

  • Shift + F4   -  create a new sheet for working with the "MySQL" DBMS

  • Shift + F5   -  create a new sheet for working with the "MSSQL Server" DBMS

  • F2 - parse SQL queries and show a list of commands that will be executed by the kernel

  • F3   -  delete current active sheet

  • F4   -  Show query execution plan on current sheet/selected query

  • F5 or F8   -  execute selected query/all queries on sheet/selected queries

  • F6   -  show contents of selected table | show the contents of the table in the name of which the cursor is set (the first n rows are displayed, depends on the size of the Data window)

  • Ctrl + F1   -  show main program window

  • Ctrl + G   -  show selected table properties (from editor text)

  • Ctrl + W   - create an alias for the selected query

  • Ctrl + F   -  find text in editor

  • Ctrl + R   -  find and replace text in the editor

  • Ctrl + T  -  create a copy of the current sheet (the new sheet is automatically connected to the database) for the Oracle DBMS

  • Ctrl + F10   -  show detailed sheet connection information

  • Ctrl + F12   -  stop loading data into object tree

  • Ctrl + K - highlight the current request (works if the query/command separators are specified correctly)

  • Ctrl + Inter - select the current request and execute it

  • Alt + F1   -  show main program window

  • Alt + F2   -  show database connection manager

  • Alt + F3   -  generate and show a summary of the database status

  • Alt + E   -  show the code for creating the selected object in the editor (DDL)

  • Alt + F6   -  show list of columns and their type in editor grid

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