Mouse Settings

Mouse Settings

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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 mouse settings dialog box allows you to change the way the mouse is used.

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Testimonials

"After looking for a good text editor for UNIX for several years I finally found one that met my needs in CRiSP. I have used vi, emacs, xcoral (not to mention edt, teco, brief, tpu, etc, etc.) but prefer using CRiSP for two main (but not exclusive) reasons. First is the language sensitive syntax colorization and second for it's ease of use (brief editor like functionality)."

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