Trigger Editor Controls

The Trigger Editor proposes a diversity of controls and shortcuts to manage and combine Triggers and Trigger Operators. This page lists all the classic manipulations helpful in designing and debugging a Trigger Graph.

Workspace manipulations

Drag the workspace with ALT+middle-click
Zoom in/out with mouse wheel or ALT+right-click
Frame the workspace to all Triggers/Trigger Operators of the current opened Trigger Container
Frame Triggers/Trigger Operators selection of the current opened Trigger Container
Resize the workspace to the real size

TRIGGERS/TRIGGER OPERATORS MANIPULATIONS

Select Triggers/Trigger Operators in the Trigger Graph

  • Left-click on the Trigger/Trigger Operator. Use SHIFT key for multiple selection
  • Drag-and-drop inside the workspace to use the rubber selection band

Add a Trigger/Trigger Operator into the Trigger Graph

  • Drag-and-drop the desired Trigger/Trigger Operator from the Trigger Library into the workspace. A new Trigger/Trigger Operator will be created
Drag and Drop a Trigger into the workspace
  • Press "TAB" key inside the workspace and use the hotbox. A new Trigger/Trigger Operator will be created
Creating a Trigger/Operator with the hotbox
  • Drag-and-drop a previously created Trigger/Trigger Operator from the Trigger Outliner inside the workspace.

Remove a Trigger/Trigger Operator from the Trigger Graph

  • Press Delete Key after selecting the Trigger/Trigger Operator in the workspace
  • Use