This article will provide you with an overview of standard and specific keyboard shortcuts you can use while working in LingoHub.
If you need a fresh reminder of all available shortcuts, you needn't come back to this article - just access Shortcuts Help.

Accessing Shortcuts Help

Shortcuts Help has been integrated into the editor for your convenience. Shortcuts Help is a description of all shortcuts which can be used on LingoHub. It is easily accessible via the “Help” link on top of the editor or using the shortcut Ctrl + H.

Default Shortcuts

These shortcuts are available when you’re in highlight mode, and the highlight bar is shown next to a segment.

Move up: ↓
Move down: ↑
Focus segment: Enter
Select translation: X
Show shortcuts help: Ctrl + H

Editor search (Mac):⌘ + Shift + Space
Editor search (Windows):  + Shift + Space
Open/Close side panel: Ctrl + +(plus sign)
Go to project: Ctrl + Space

Open settings: Ctrl + U
Open labels: Ctrl + I
Open history: Ctrl + O
Open comments: Ctrl + P

Editing Shortcuts

These shortcuts will be available when you are in the segment text and actively editing it.

Insert source text: Ctrl + 0
Insert from Translation Memory or Machine Translation:
Ctrl + 1 or
Ctrl + 2 or
Ctrl + 3 or
Ctrl + 4

Close without saving: Esc

Save & go to next segment: Tab
Save & go to previous segment: Shift + Tab

Save as DRAFT: Ctrl + J
Save as TRANSLATED: Ctrl + K
Save as APPROVED: Ctrl + L

Save as DRAFT (minor update): Ctrl + Shift + J
Save as APPROVED (minor update): Ctrl + Shift + L

A minor update is useful when you want to change a source text and do NOT want to set other target text segments to DRAFT.

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