General Interface and Application Controls

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Function keys F1 through F15.
Opens the first 15 interface configurations, with F1 assigned to the basic configuration, F2 assigned to the extended configuration, and F3 assigned to the advanced configuration. F4 through F15 can be assigned to your custom configurations. (Note that F9, F10, and F11 may be used by Mac OS X for the Exposé feature, and F14 and F15 may be used to control the monitor’s brightness.)
Command0Command-0
Accesses the Viewer tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command1Command-1
Accesses the Assets tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command2Command-2
Accesses the Connections tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command3Command-3
Accesses the Log tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command4Command-4
Accesses the Menu tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command5Command-5
Accesses the Outline tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
CommandOption5Command-Option-5
Accesses the Graphical tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command6Command-6
Accesses the Script tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command7Command-7
Accesses the Slideshow tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command8Command-8
Accesses the Story tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
Command9Command-9
Accesses the Track tab.
This tab is brought to the front of its quadrant or, if in its own window, it’s brought to the front of the application. If the tab is closed, it’s opened as a window at its last position.
ShiftSpacebarShift-Space bar
Toggles the currently selected tab between full window and normal. Additionally, holding down the Shift and Space bar keys toggles the tab only until you release them.
CommandOptionGraveAccentCommand-Option-Grave Accent (`)
Toggles the currently selected tab between full window and normal. Additionally, holding down the Shift and Space bar keys toggles the tab only until you release them.
CommandOptionPCommand-Option-P
Shows or hides the Palette.
CommandOptionICommand-Option-I
Shows or hides the Inspector.
CommandTCommand-T
Opens or closes the Fonts window.
CommandShiftCCommand-Shift-C
Opens or closes the Colors window.
CommandCommaCommand-Comma (,)
Opens Preferences.
CommandShiftQuestionMarkCommand-Shift-Question Mark (?)
Opens DVD Studio Pro Help.
CommandQCommand-Q
Quits DVD Studio Pro.
CommandMCommand-M
Minimizes DVD Studio Pro.
CommandHCommand-H
Hides DVD Studio Pro.