Keyboard Settings


The Keyboard & Mouse settings dialog box is used to configure personal preferences for CRiSP regarding the keyboard and mouse operation. These include whether the <Alt> keys pop up dialog boxes or prompts appear on the command line, and whether the mouse should operate in a Unix style or Windows style. The most likely candidate for changing is the function key mappings depending on whether you like dialog boxes or prefer faster keyboard control.

The keyboard settings dialog box enables you to configure various characteristics about the keyboard, including the autorepeat rate. This allows you to do such things as control how line-wrapping is performed when using the arrow keys to move beyond the beginning or end of a line, swap the <Backspace> and <Delete> keys around, or configure whether various function keys pop up a dialog box or prompt on the command line.


"I have been developing using CRiSP for almost a year now, and have found it quite a time-saver and productivity tool. Granted it's more expensive than vi, or GNU emacs, but it also makes them look like the sick Stegosaurus (or was it a Bronto-saurus?) in Jurassic Park."

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