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Configurable editor keybindings allow you to make Aqua Data Studio's editor keyboard shortcuts work exactly how you want. Out of the box, we've added Emacs key bindings along side our Default Key Mappings. If you go to File > Options > Key Mappings you can choose Emacs or any other key mapping you've already customized. If you want to modify Emacs settings to your tastes, simply make a copy of the built-in Emacs Key Mapping, rename the copy, then edit its shortcuts to your preferences. Launching Help > Key Assist will let you quickly see what your key bindings are without having to open File > Options.
With the addition of the Emacs Key Mappings, we've added another built-in set of keybindings for those who are familiar the long-lived standard. You can clone the Emacs Keymap and make your own variation, just like you can already do with the Default keymap.
With the Add Alternate button at the bottom of the Key Mappings you can use a different keystroke to perform the same command as another keystroke. If you want two other alternates for Paste, add alternate keybindings for them. Alternates are clearly marked in the keymappings with the (alternative) label so you know what the originals are.
We've added a Quick Filter to the Keymappings dialog to make it much easier to find the keys or commands you want to edit. Editing keybindings is now as intuitive as using our Keyassist tool.
Now it's possible to edit individual keys in a keymapping without having to clone the entire set and rename it. Want to fix just one keystroke in the whole set? No problem. Select it, click the Edit button at the bottom of the Key Mapping dialog, enter your keystrokes, click OK and you are ready to use your new keybinding.
Quickly remove any alternate keybindings by clicking on them and clicking the Remove Alternate button at the bottom of the Key Mappings. Alternate keybindings are clearly labeled to make finding and removing them easy.
If you have an existing Keymapping you can now rename it by selecting it in the Keymaps list then clicking the the Rename button to the right.