Insert Mode

Insert mode refers to commands that you type into the textbox. You can enter insert mode (i.e. enter textbox focus) by either hitting space or clicking on the textbox. In addition to inserting plaintext as a byte, we also provide a couple of prefixes in insert mode that tell Bytebase what to do with the text that follows. These prefixes do the following things:

Command mode ( K)

cmd k / ctrl k is the door to all actions for buckets and bytes. It opens a searchable command palette relevant to your current selection. If no notes are selected, it acts on the current bucket. 

To select a note, use /  

Common commands include Assign color,  Move, and Copy.

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Updated 11 May 2022
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