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  1. ui-users
  2. UIU-1916

Modal: Shortcut Keys List



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    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • P3
    • Resolution: Done
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    • 6.0.0
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    • Leipzig Sprint 107, Leipzig Sprint 108, Leipzig Sprint 109
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      As a librarian
      I want to display a list of shortcut keys that I can use to navigate a Folio app(s) by keyboard.


      • IF a librarian clicks on Keyboard shortcuts menu option THEN display Keyboard shortcuts modal and focus should be on the modal.
      • IF a librarian types/enters shortcut key ctrl / cmd + / THEN display Keyboard shortcuts modal and focus should be on the modal.
      • Pane header should display <<selected App icon>> Keyboard shortcuts. So for Users app, it will be [Users app icon] Keyboard shortcuts
      • Display shortcut keys based on user's operating system. If the operating system cannot be detected then show both OS and Windows compatible shortcut keys.
      • This implementation will serve as the UX pattern for each app's shortcut keys display

      Screenshot (use Agreements pattern)

      Keyboard shortcuts to display - Display in this order

      Action OS shortcut Windows shortcut
      Create a new record Option + n alt + n
      Edit a record cmd + Option + e ctrl + alt + e
      Save a record cmd + s ctrl + s
      Expand or collapse an accordion spacebar spacebar
      Expand all accordions cmd + Option + b ctrl + alt + b
      Collapse all accordions cmd + Option + g ctrl + alt + g
      Go to Search & Filter pane cmd + Option + h ctrl + alt + h
      Close a modal or pop-up esc esc
      Copy cmd + c ctrl + c
      Cut cmd + x ctrl + x
      Paste cmd + v ctrl + v
      Find cmd + f ctrl + f

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                kgambrell Khalilah Gambrell
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