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31 Marvin JS Keyboard Shortcuts

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Learn Chemaxon Marvin JS Shortcuts for Windows

Most used Chemaxon Marvin JS Shortcuts

Action Marvin JS Shortcut keys
Closes the dialog boxes Esc
Deletes any selection on the canvas Delete
Clears the canvas Ctrl + Delete
Opens the Import dialog Ctrl + O
Opens the Export dialog Ctrl + S
Performs undo action Ctrl + Z
Performs redo action Ctrl + Y
Select all Ctrl + A
Cut Ctrl + X
Copy Ctrl + C
Paste Ctrl + V
Zoom All Enter
Zoom to selection Ctrl + Enter

Setting Bond Types Shortcuts

Action Marvin JS Shortcut keys
Drawing Ctrl + D
Single bond 1
Double bond 2
Triple bond 3
Aromatic bond 4
Single Up wedge bond 5
Single Down wedge bond 6
Single Up or Down query bond 7
Single or Double query bond 12
Single or Aromatic query bond 14
Double or Aromatic query bond 24
Any query bond 0

Setting Atoms Shortcuts

Action Marvin JS Shortcuts
Places the deuterium atom symbol on the cursor D
Places the tritium atom symbol on the cursor T
Opens the R-group dialog R + Spacebar
Opens the Atom query properties dialog .
Opens the Abbreviated group’s dialog Spacebar
Places atom map labels 1-9 Alt + 1-9


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