Appendix 1

The list of key combinations and relevant actions that are supported by the active terminal window:

  • Ctrl+c - Copy the text to clipboard.

  • Ctrl+v - Paste from clipboard.

  • Alt+PageDown - Append SOM.

  • Ctrl+Up - Previous history command.

  • Ctrl+Down - Next history command.

  • Ctrl+w - Clear the active terminal window.

Note: Ctrl+w command is a default browser command for tab closure. However there are some options still. In Chrome you can create a Shortcut for GalileoTerminal website. When you click on this Shortcut GalileoTerminal would run in dedicated window where default browser Ctrl+w command is suppressed. Here is how to create Shortcut in Chrome: https://www.google.cz/search?q=create+desktop+shortcut+to+website+chrome&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjN4pLozo_eAhUCjCwKHSlIC-YQ1QII1wEoAA&biw=1600&bih=827

  • Ctrl+s - Clear all terminal windows.

  • Ctrl+3 - Move to (activate) the terminal window 3.

  • Up, Down - Move cursor one row up or down.

  • Left, Right - Move cursor one character left or right.

  • Home - Move to the previous SOM.

  • End - Move to the last non-space character in the current row.

  • PageUp - Scroll one page up.

  • PageDown - Scroll one page down.

  • Tab - Move cursor to the next tab stop.

  • Enter - Send the command (everything from the current cursor position back to the nearest SOM).

  • Backspace - Delete the previous character.

  • Delete - Delete the character at the cursor.

  • Insert - Toggle insert / overwrite mode.