Navigation

Navigation can either be done with the buttons in the toolbar (arrows and magnifying glasses), with the navigator panel (ruler at the top with a block box), with the mouse or with your keyboard.

Navigator
Drag the edges to zoom in/out. Cursor will change to a resize icon when you are at an edge. Drag the box or the half-circle handles to move to another place in the genome. Click somewhere on the ruler to move to that place.

Mouse

Ctrl+scroll wheel
Zooming
Scroll wheel
Scroll through tracks
Drag left-right
Move left-right
Shift+ drag left-right
Select sequence

Keyboard

+/- keys
Zooming
Arrow keys left-right
Move left-right.

Keyboard shortcuts

Navigation
You can use the arrows on the keypad of your keyboard to move around in the evidence and structure panels. The + and - sign buttons can be used to zoom in and out.

Keypad 4
Moves the evidence and structure panel to the left
Keypad 6
Moves the evidence and structure panel to the right
Keypad +
Zoom-in in the evidence and structure panel
Keypad -
Zoom-out in the evidence and structure panel

Various keys

ctrl-C
Copy the selected sequence to the clipboard
ctrl-D
Load the contents of a directory as new entries
ctrl-E
Edit the selected feature
ctrl-F
Open the SearchView
ctrl-L
Load new entries from a file
ctrl-M
Merge two or more selected features
ctrl-N
Create a new feature from the selected sequence
ctrl-O
Load features from a file
ctrl-Q
Open the SequenceView
ctrl-S
Save
ctrl-U
Split a feature between two selected locations

Mouse shortcuts

Structure and evidence panel mouse actions

Left-clicking a feature
Select this feature
Double left-clicking a feature
Select this feature and center the view around it
Shift left-click a feature
Add this feature to the current selection
Shift left-click a selected feature
Remove this feature from the current selection
Mouse-wheel scrolling
Zoom-in and zoom-out
Right-click or mouse-wheel click
Show pop-up menu

Structure panel specific actions

Dragging the edge of an exon
Will modify the coordinate of the location you dragged
Dragging (not the edge of an exon)
Will select the region over which you dragged the mouse

Evidence panel specific actions

Dragging
Will move the panel in the direction you dragged

Note: dragging is holding the mouse button and moving the mouse.