|Build-A-Board®: for Windows; The Next Generation of Onscreen Keyboards; Version 2.20 Release 6; User's Guide|
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My-T-Soft Build-A-Board has several selections & uses for the mouse cursor during the creation phase to assist the user while creating layouts.
Select Mode (Tools | Select)
Left-click on a key: Select key and make active
Left-click & drag on key: Moves key
Left-Double-click on key: Opens Key Properties page
Left-Double-click on board (panel) background: Opens resize board dialog
Left-click & drag on board, then release: Opens selection rectangle from original anchor point - selects any keys within boundary
Left-click on board (panel) background - clear current key selections
Add Mode (Tools | Add)
Left-click & drag, then release: Opens rectangle from original anchor point, adding new key at location & sized to rectangle upon release of mouse left button. If the Grid mode is on, this will add multiple keys (in a grid layout) based on the current default size, separated by the current grid size spacing.
Left-click & on blank area: Add key with default size.
In either mode, the Right-click acts as follows:
Right-click: Opens context menu for pointed to object (Board, Key, etc.)
Right-click & drag on board: If board is larger than display area, positions board within display area (Moves board directly, quicker than using scroll bars)