A reference of available keyboard shortcuts within the Baseten application.
Throughout the Baseten platform, we support standard web navigation keyboard input like tab, enter, and escape, as well as meet or exceed modern standards for accessibility. Furthermore, certain areas of the Baseten platform have additional keyboard shortcuts to speed up your workflows.
For Windows users, replace
Controlfor all shortcuts.
From your dashboard, enter
Command-kto search all Applications, Models, and Data within your account.
We have a number of keyboard shortcuts within the application builder to make your workflows more productive. Change tabs with keys, not clicks:
Ctrl-Option-leftto go to the previous tab.
Ctrl-Option-rightto go to the next tab.
Option-tabto switch to the most recent tab.
Ctrl-Option-9to switch to the nth tab. (If there are ten or more tabs,
Ctrl-Option-9switches to the last tab)
Ctrl-wto close a tab.
There are over a dozen commands specifically for the view builder:
deleteremoves selected component(s).
Command-ato select all components
escto deselect all components
Command-zto undo any action within the view builder.
Command-Shift-zto redo the action.
Command-cto copy selected component(s).
Command-vto paste said component(s).
leftto move selected component(s) 1 grid space to the left
rightto move selected component(s) 1 grid space to the right
upto move selected component(s) 1 grid space up
downto move selected component(s) 1 grid space down
Shift-leftto move selected component(s) 10 grid spaces to the left
Shift-rightto move selected component(s) 10 grid spaces to the right
Shift-upto move selected component(s) 10 grid spaces up
Shift-downto move selected component(s) 10 grid spaces down
When you edit code anywhere on the Baseten platform, from Code blocks to ad-hoc queries, you are using a web-based version of Visual Studio Code via Monaco Editor. This affords many conveniences — line numbers, syntax highlighting, automatically closing parentheses — as well as a complete set of keyboard shortcuts. Two essential shortcuts:
Command-ssaves your current work, including saving requirements files.
Command-fopens the VSCode find-and-replace within your code editor.
Most shortcuts from the Visual Studio Code shortcut reference will work, except some that are used by the web browser:
Command-nopens a new browser window, not a new code tab.
Command-pprints the current page rather than opening the file search.