With the help of menu commands and keyboard shortcuts, some views let you navigate their content by zooming in, zooming out, panning and rotating them. You can also reset the zoom level, pan and rotation angle of these views as needed.
The navigation commands in the table below can be used in the following views, with some exceptions:
- Side and Top
Keyboard shortcuts can be customized. You can view, search for and change keyboard shortcuts for Harmony in the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog. To access the Keyboard shortcuts dialog:
or GNU/Linux: In the top menu, select Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts.
- macOS: In the top menu, select Harmony Advanced > Keyboard Shortcuts.
From the top menu, you can select any of the following commands from the Play menu to navigate around the interface.
|Start Frame||Lets you set the frame on which playback will start.|
|End Frame||Lets you set the frame on which playback will end.|
|First Frame||Jump to the first frame. You can also press <.|
|Previous Frame||Jumps to the frame before the frame currently selected in the Timeline view. You can also press the comma (,) key.|
|Next Frame||Jumps to the frame after the currently selected frame in the Timeline view. You can also press the period (.) key.|
|Last Frame||Jumps to the last frame. You can also press >.|
|Go to Frame||
Opens the Go to Frame window in which you can enter the number of the frame you want to display.
You can also use the Go button, which you can add to the Timeline toolbar through the Toolbar Manager. Open the Go to Frame dialog box and enter the frame number to jump to.
|Enable Playback||Plays back your animation from the