Crib sheet for F keys in Synon screen designer?

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Does anyone have/know where I can get a crib sheet or instructions I can skim through for the Synon screen designer tool? I had one, but seem to have lost it. I only use this very occasionally, so my memory can be a little patchy...

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Try the F1 key

somewhere (not on the panel edit – I just looked – it’s laid out in the product.

Maybe I can scan one of my old ones – got the first and second generation lying around somewhere..

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  • MMTechnical
    That would be great! I have tried looking around and I'm sure, as you say, it is laid out somewhere, but I can't find it. Many thanks
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  • SaurabhChakraborty
    Use YDOCMDLFUN with required parameters.
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  • ToddN2000
    F1 Moves the device design 40 columns to the left 
    F2 Animates the device design using AllFusion 2E 
       Toolkit prototyping facilities 
    F4 Moves the device design 40 columns to the 
    F5 Displays the Edit Screen Format Details for the 
       format on which the cursor is positioned 
    F7 Displays the Edit Screen Format Relations panel 
       when the cursor is positioned on the first subfile record 
    F8 Selects a field to be moved (cut) and moves the selected 
       field after the field on which the cursor is positioned (paste) 
    F9 Moves the field on which the cursor is located and all fields 
       to its right to the next line 
    F10 Adds a space before the field on which the cursor is positioned; 
        in other words, moves text one column to the right 
    F15 Moves device design to the left margin 
    F16 Moves device design to the right margin 
    F17 Displays a list of device formats 
    F18 Displays the Edit Screen Field Attributes panel for the field 
        on which the cursor is positioned 
    F19 Adds a function field to the device design 
    F20 Edits a function field on the device design 
    F22 Removes a space before the field on which the cursor is positioned; 
        in other words, moves text one column to the left 
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  • rexmerchant
    ToddN2000 shows the "official" list. The only significant one missing (that I use) is F23=Add a constant.
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  • rexmerchant
    Also F11=Remove a line (opposite of F9)
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