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SPECIAL NOTE: For the convenience of anyone who already knows about and wants to make immediate use of Scsi's suite of pre-defined access keys to navigate within and among Web pages of the Scsi P&KT Web site, the "access key" selections currently available are presented and described in the section Legend for Scsi's set of thirty eight (38) Pre-defined Access Keys.
Access keys serve as keyboard-based productivity tools to assist users in easily accomplishing Web site navigation -- either within a given Web page or to other Web pages of the Scsi P&KT Web site -- without requiring use (or existence) of a mouse, mousepad, or trackball pointing device.
Do keep in mind the following points regarding Scsi's set of pre-defined Access Keys:
The remainder of this Web page provides detailed information about Scsi's set of pre-defined Access Keys that is segmented as follows:
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT ACCESS KEYS
Examples of accesskey-initiated operations could include:
Programmatically, each Web site essentially defines whatever will be the specific keyboard character that when activated in combination with an operating system-dependent "control key" will result in accessing of the associated hyperlink (or a form's label in the case of a search window) located somewhere on the currently displayed Web page.
When supported by the particular browser you happen to be using, "access keys" enable you to enter specific keyboard-based combinations that will serve as an alternative method for executing certain navigational operations that would otherwise be performed using a mouse or other pointing device. Refer to the Legend for Scsi's set of thirty eight (38) Pre-defined Access Keys section below for specific examples used throughout Scsi's P&KT Web site.
For example, on a computer that uses the Microsoft Windows-based operating system, the access key combination you would employ with the Internet Explorer Web browser would first hold down the [Alt] key and then press the particular pre-defined character key -- see the Legend for Scsi's set of thirty eight (38) Pre-defined Access Keys section below -- having the corresponding ACCESSKEY attribute associated with it. You would then release these keys and then once you actually press the [Enter] key, the associated action for that particular access key combination would take place.
Alternatively, if you were making use of either a Firefox Web browser (version 2.0.0.x or higher), you would first press both the [Alt]+[Shift] keys, release them, and then press the particular pre-defined character key for the associated action to be taken immediately.
Specific distinctions must always be keep in mind, depending on the operating system, Web browser, or proprietary nature of the device you are operating at that moment, and the following statements are intended to serve as a quick reference for you.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Variations in behavior or means of actuation of Access Keys should be expected for different Web browsers and for Internet-ready devices, such as tablets, Apple's iPad, and the ubiquitous varieties of smart phones and their respective operating systems.
For example, Microsoft Internet Explorer MSIE happens to be designed to just focus on (stay at) any access key-assigned hyperlink and requires subsequent pressing of the [Enter] key to follow (launch the Web page associated with) the author-defined access-key-assigned hyperlink; Opera essentially ignores any non-conflicting-with-their-own access keys; and all versions of Firefox do launch the Web page associated with each author-defined access-key-assigned hyperlink; and so on.
SCSI'S IMPLEMENTATION OF PRE-DEFINED ACCESS KEYS
Thirty eight (38) pre-defined access key combinations (comprised of 16 alphabetical characters, 10 numbers, and 12 special symbols) apply throughout the entire Scsi P&KT Web site domain of sonoffconsulting.com.
Each of Scsi's 38 pre-defined access keys is listed below with the presumption that the user understands that the associated "Operating System-specific Access key selector" will be pressed in combination with the indicated accesskey character in order to initiate that particular operation. Refer to the SPECIFIC NOTES ABOUT SCSI'S PRE-DEFINED ACCESS KEYS section for additional details.
You should also recognize that Scsi has taken deliberate steps to avoid introducing conflicting access key definitions. In particular, the following reserved access key combinations have intentionally not been compromised by Scsi's above-listed set of pre-defined access key combinations:
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