Table of Contents
Cantor has the common KDE menu items, for more information read the Menu chapter of the KDE Fundamentals.
Additional or special menu items in Cantor:
- → (Ctrl+N)
Creates a new worksheet with the default backend.
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Creates a new worksheet with the chosen backend.
Opens the dialog to download examples uploaded by other Cantor users with GetHotNewStuff.
Opens the dialog to choose an example to load. The examples should be downloaded with → beforehand.
Allows saving the current worksheet as a plain text document.
Allows saving the current worksheet as a LATEX document.
Opens the dialog to publish your current worksheet and make it available to other Cantor users through GetHotNewStuff.
Allows to load and run the batch scripts for the current backend.
- → (Ctrl++)
Zoom in the current worksheet by 10%.
- → (Ctrl+-)
Zoom out the current worksheet by 10%.
Opens the batch script editor window for the current backend.
- → →
Toggles the visibility of the Help tab in the sidebar.
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Toggles the visibility of the Variable Manager tab in the sidebar.
Triggers the evaluation of the whole worksheet.
- → (Shift+Return)
Triggers the current entry evaluation.
- → (Ctrl+Return)
Inserts a new command entry below the current cursor position.
Inserts a new text entry below the current cursor position.
Inserts the image template below the current cursor position. You will need to click with mouse button at the template to configure the image details.
Inserts the page break below the current cursor position.
- → (Shift+Del)
Removes current entry from the worksheet.
This menu contains standard KDE items, as well as the items described in Settings section.
- → (F1)
Invokes the KDE Help system starting at the Cantor help pages. (this document).
- → (Shift+F1)
Changes the mouse cursor to a combination arrow and question mark. Clicking on items within Cantor will open a help window (if one exists for the particular item) explaining the item's function.
Opens the Bug report dialog where you can report a bug or request a “wishlist” feature.
Opens a dialog where you can edit the Primary language and Fallback language for this application.
This will display version and author information.
This displays the KDE version and other basic information.