The Enter key
In Authentic View the Enter key is used to append additional elements when it is in certain cursor locations. For example, if the chapter of a book may (according to the schema) contain several paragraphs, then pressing Enter inside the text of the paragraph causes a new paragraph to be appended immediately after the current paragraph. If a chapter can contain one title and several paragraphs, pressing Enter inside the chapter but outside any paragraph element (including within the title element) causes a new chapter to be appended after the current chapter (assuming that multiple chapters are allowed by the schema).
Please note: The Enter key does not insert a new line. This is the case even when the cursor is inside a text node, such as paragraph.
Using the keyboard
The keyboard can be used in the standard way, for typing and navigating. Note the following special points:
|•||The Tab key moves the cursor forward, stopping before and after nodes, and highlighting node contents; it steps over static content.|
|•||The add... and add Node hyperlinks are considered node contents and are highlighted when tabbed. They can be activated by pressing either the spacebar or the Enter key.|
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