In this tutorial, you will learn some simple workflow adjustments and shortcuts to code fast in Construct 2.
Working with the Keyboard
You can uncheck the “Add Action Links” in the Events tab of the Construct 2 ribbon. Doing so removes one line per event, freeing up a lot of space as your project grows. Those links are also useless when you learn to work mainly with your keyboard.
1- A to add an Action, B to add a Blank sub-event, C to add a Condition, E to add an Event, G to add a Group and V to add a local or global Variable
2- X creates a new event containing the Else condition after the selected event.
3- You can navigate with the keyboard using the arrow keys, as long as you don’t select a whole block of events (multiple lines at the same time).
Adding and editing events fast
1- Press enter to edit an action or a condition
2- Esc to cancel the edition
3- Alt + Left and Alt + Right respectively trigger the Previous and Next buttons in your action/condition editor.
4- With Tab and Shift + Tab, you can cycle through the search bar, the object or action selection window, and the buttons.
1- Keep the Ctrl key down in combination with the arrow keys to move from word to word.
2- Keep the Shift key down in combination with the arrow keys to select text.
3- If you keep Ctrl + Shift down, you can select whole words at one by pressing the arrow keys
4- Ctrl + Backspace and Ctrl + Delete respectively deletes the word preceding or following the typing cursor.
If you liked that tutorial and want to see more, you can follow me on facebook, twitter and Google Plus ! Thank you (★^O^★) !
You can find the original article at this address.