Adjust the onscreen and external keyboard settings on iPad
On iPad, change the settings for the onscreen keyboard or an external keyboard, such as creating custom keyboard shortcuts and changing the key repeat rate.
Change how the keys respond on an external keyboardIf you have difficulty using an external keyboard, you can adjust the settings.Go to Settings > Accessibility > Keyboards, then tap any of the following:Key Repeat: You can adjust the repeat interval and delay.Sticky Keys: Use Sticky Keys to press and hold modifier keys, such as Command and Option, as you press another key.Slow Keys: Use Slow Keys to adjust the time between when a key is pressed and when it’s activated.
"Keyboard shortcut" or "keybinding" is combination of keys on your keyboard which allows you to perform some common actions such as saving a file, modifying the view, or copying a line of code. In the StackBlitz editor this set of shortcuts is predefined and, currently, non-customizable.
I've been using the beta version recently, and I think that one biggest omissions are keyboard shortcuts.
Few shortcuts that I'd found most useful:
focus on search field ("/" or "?")
go to folder ("g" - brings dialog that allows to type in and jump to folder via fuzzy matching)
search for tag ("t" - opens up a dialog for typing in tag name, w/ fuzzy matching as well)
move to folder("m")
Similar patterns could be found in most of email apps, so I guess that these should sound familiar
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