[This topic is migrated from our old forums. The original author name has been removed]
I frequently have to change the value in 'Max Rows'. I set it to 0 when executing something which will populate all the rows in a table then I change it to 1000 when viewing a subset of those rows.
This is something I do frequently.
Is there any keyboard shortcut that will get me into the 'Max Rows' box so I can quickly change this number without having to use the mouse? If there is a keyboard shortcut for this, is there then a keyboard shortcut which will get me back to my current edit position in the editor pane?
Any tips/tricks/pointers would be appreciated.
(I really wish dbvis had a 'List all keyboard shortcuts' feature).
over 2 years ago
[This reply is migrated from our old forums.]
Re: Keyboard shortcut for 'Max Rows'?
It is currently not possible to use the keyboard to focus the Max Rows field. I will open a ticket for it.
I have also added your vote for a summarized overview of keyboard shortcuts.