Keyboard shortcuts can help you save time by allowing you to never take your hands off the keyboard to use the mouse.
|Ctrl+Home||Select first segment|
|Ctrl+End||Select last segment|
|Ctrl+J, Ctrl+Up Arrow||Select next segment|
|Ctrl+K, Ctrl+Down Arrow||Select previous segment|
|Ctrl+F||Find and replace|
|Ctrl+Shift+S||Replace translation with source text|
|Ctrl+Shift+M||Replace translation with machine translation (if available)|
|Ctrl+Shift+L||Replace translation with translation memory entry1|
|Ctrl+Shift+A||Start automatic translation search|
|Ctrl+Shift+C||Start custom translation search (concordance)2|
|Ctrl+Shift+U||Clear all placeholders|
|Ctrl+Shift+I||Automatically insert placeholders3|
1 If there are multiple matches in the translation memory, repeated use of Ctrl+Shift+L cycles through the translation memory matches.
2 If the toolkit is closed and you highlight source text before pressing Ctrl+Shift+C, Translator Toolkit starts concordance search of the highlighted text.
3 Automatic placeholder insertion is a "best effort" insertion. If Translator Toolkit finds tags around text in the source, it searches for the machine translation of that text in the target. If it finds a match, it inserts tags around the translation; otherwise, it does not insert placeholders.
Exceptions for Mac users
Command+Up Arrow and Command+Down Arrow are both reserved on Mac. To navigate to the next/previous segments, use Command+J and Command+K.
Since Home and End keys do not exist on Mac keyboards, Ctrl+Home and Ctrl+End are not available on Mac.