Select Adjacent Operators Using Keyboard Shortcuts
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    Select Adjacent Operators Using Keyboard Shortcuts

    You can use a new pair of keyboard shortcuts to select operators and edges that are adjacent to those that you already selected. This helps you select a sequence of operators that do not fit neatly into a rectangular area.

    Select at least one operator and then use one of the following shortcuts:

    • shift+left-arrow: Highlight adjacent upstream operators.

    • shift+right-arrow: Highlight adjacent downstream operators.

    Note:
    You can press the shortcut multiple times to continue adding additional operators. To undo your previous action, press the shortcut in the other direction.

    Using an additional modifier extends the selection to the end of the pipeline, highlighting all operators upstream or downstream of the selection. Use one of the following shortcuts:

    shift+cmd/ctrl+left-arrow: Highlight all upstream operators.

    shift+cmd/ctrl+right-arrow: Highlight all downstream operators.

    Note:
    To undo your previous action, press the shortcut in the other direction.


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