How to Edit an STL Program (GS 5.5)

Statement list (STL) is a text-based programming language. You can use the following keys/key combinations to edit your program more quickly and efficiently.

Tip:

If multiple keys are listed, all keys must be pressed at the same time in order for the shortcut to work.

Key Sequence Action
CTRL + A Select all
CTRL + C Copy selection
CTRL + F Find string
CTRL + H Replace string
CTRL + V Paste selection
CTRL + X Cut selection
CTRL + Z Undo
SHIFT + Z Redo
DELETE Delete selection
SHIFT + DELETE Cut selection to clipboard
F2 Go to location of next bookmark
CTRL + F2 Set a bookmark at current location of cursor
F3 Find next instance of string
BACKSPACE Backspace
SHIFT + BACKSPACE Backspace
ALT + BACKSPACE Undo
INSERT Toggle overwrite
CTRL + INSERT Copy selection
SHIFT + INSERT Paste selection
HOME Go to beginning of current line
CTRL + HOME Go to top of file
SHIFT + HOME Select from current cursor location to beginning of same line
CTRL + SHIFT + HOME Select up from cursor location to top of file
END Go to end of current line
CTRL + END Go to bottom of file
SHIFT + END Select from current cursor location to end of same line
CTRL + SHIFT + END Select down from cursor location to bottom of file
LEFT ARROW Move cursor to the left, one character at a time
CTRL + LEFT ARROW Move cursor to the left, one word at a time
SHIFT + LEFT ARROW Select to the left, one character at a time
CTRL + SHIFT + LEFT ARROW Select to the left, one word at a time
RIGHT ARROW Move cursor to the right, one character at a time
CTRL + RIGHT ARROW Move cursor to the right, one word at a time
SHIFT + RIGHT ARROW Select to the right, one character at a time
CTRL + SHIFT + RIGHT ARROW Select to the right, one word at a time
UP ARROW Move cursor up, one line at a time
SHIFT + UP ARROW Select up, one line at a time
DOWN ARROW Move cursor down, one line at a time
SHIFT + DOWN ARROW Select down, one line at a time
PAGE DOWN Move cursor down by one screen's worth of data
SHIFT + PAGE DOWN Select one screen's worth of data downward from current cursor location
PAGEUP Move cursor up by one screen's worth of data
SHIFT + PAGE UP Select one screen's worth of data upward from current cursor location
TAB Tab forward
SHIFT + TAB Tab backward