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To see the available shortcuts, navigate to a review in Crucible, then choose Tools > Keyboard Shortcuts.
Opens reference list of keyboard shortcuts
Closes reference list of keyboard shortcuts
Hold down then click and drag to select source line contents
shift + f
Toggle full screen review mode
|,||(Comma) Go to the previous element (file, comment, defect or diff hunk depending on your current context)|
|.||(Period) Go to the next element (file, comment, defect or diff hunk depending on your current context)|
Go to next review comment
Go to previous review comment
shift + p
Go to first review comment
shift + n
Go to last review comment
Go to next thread (skips replies)
Go to previous thread (skips replies)
Go to next unread comment
Go to previous unread comment
Reply to a comment
Toggle comment read/unread status
Go to the next element (file, comment, defect or diff hunk depending on your current context)
Go to the previous element (file, comment, defect or diff hunk depending on your current context)
shift + k
Go to first file
shift + j
Go to last file
Go to next unreviewed file
Go to previous unreviewed file
Set file reviewed and go to next unreviewed file
shift + y
Toggle file reviewed/unreviewed status
Expand current file
Collapse current file
shift + e
Expand all files
shift + c
Collapse all files
Yeah, nice shortcuts. HOWEVER - what is the shortcut for posting a comment - you know when you write a comment and then you want to post it and then you hit Enter - but that doesn't work. And then you try Alt+Enter but that doesn't work either. I mean, what's up with that?
I don't want to use the goddamn mouse each time I post a comment.
Every file diff tool that I know of has keyboard shortcuts for going to the next diff block/line. It's highly annoying in Crucible that I have to click on those little arrows along the side to move to the next diff.
PLEASE LET US JUMP TO "NEXT CHANGE" VIA KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I agree with the previous two commenters. Keyboard navigation to view changes would be very useful.
Using 'click' as 'add comment is HIGHLY annoying and non-standard. Why that choice??
This causes two SERIOUS usability issues:
a) This means I can not scroll through the code without going to my mouse to go over to the scrollbar. I am a keyboardist: this just impacted my speed/productivity.
b) I can not copy code from the source. this is a true showstopper.
Yes, I tried the following:
alt Hold down then click and drag to select source line contents.
What that does? It ends up selecting lots of extraneous text, and I cannot control it.
Why did you change the default browser behavior for cut and paste and scroll??? That's a serious negative usability choice.
Please inform how to revert the "click to add comment" so I can get normal click back.
Does somebody from Atlassian read these comments?
Is keyboard file scrolling coming in later versions?
How about some shortcuts for scrolling up and down in the current file? Like, the arrow keys.
Crucible is horrible to use without a scrollwheel right now.