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aabad dadlani
aabad dadlani
750 Points

How do I switch from hello.py to console without using the mouse?

I want to switch screens without using the mouse.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,423 Points

I assume you're talking about workspaces, and I'm not aware of any keyboard shortcut to switch pane focus.

Do let us know if you discover one!

aabad dadlani
aabad dadlani
750 Points

Thanks, that's exactly what I mean! Interesting, I hope I can find one.

I'm not sure if I am understanding your question correctly, but maybe these will help: On windows, you can use Alt + Tab to advance to another window, or Alt + Shift + Tab to go back. Also, depending on your browser, you can use Ctrl + PgUp/PgDn to advance through tabs in some browsers. Or Ctrl + the number of the tab to go straight to that tab! (1 being the first tab, 2-8 being their respective numbers, and 9 being the last tab)