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Guidelines related to this site (UT3 Level Design)

Typographic conventions

Notation Wiki syntax Used for…
monospace text {{mono-space text}} Names of files and directories; options, command lines, menu commands
Bold italics //**Bold italics**// Names of functions, buttons, features, tool-tips
Bold **Bold** Key binds, short cuts, key sequences, mouse navigation

Keyboard and mouse navigation notation

Letter keys are always written in upper-case (like C) which means C-key without any modifier. Modifiers are Shift, Ctrl and Alt and sign + is used to indicate that some modifier must be pressed while the other key is pressed (for instance Ctrl+C for copy). Designation of other keys should be clear enough (Space, F10) even in cases where various names might be used (Esc or Escape, PageUp or PgUp). One key name must be written without any space (PrintScreen). For num-pad keys NumPad… prefix is used (e.g. NumPad0 or NumPadDecimal).

Mouse buttons are named as LMB for left button, RMB for right mouse button and MMB for middle button (in most cases pressing down the wheel). Simple LMB means single-click if it is not stated otherwise. 2xLMB means double-click with the left mouse button. If drag&drop movement is required drag is used. By default LMB is assumed. For other cases mouse button is specified (e.g. RMB-drag). For instance Alt+drag means holding down an Alt key, pressing down the LMB, dragging the mouse where appropriated, releasing mouse button and then releasing Alt key. Drag is used also in cases where the action isn't exactly drag&drop - for example RMB-drag in perspective viewport works as a camera rotation (in both axes). WheelUp and WheelDown denotes scrolling with mouse wheel up and down respectively.

There are other combinations allowed - for instance L+LMB on some surface places point light to the scene. In this case L must be hold down while user clicks in the viewport with left mouse button.

(This convention is mostly compatible with Editor Buttons Reference from UDN. Small differences should not cause serious misunderstandings.)


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