Many full-size keyboards provide a “number pad” on the right side.
Locating to a marker, using the number pad
To locate to a marker, click the “.” (period), then type the number of the marker ( for example, “12” ) and then press “.” again. This will locate to the designated location marker (“12”, in this case). Markers are designated by their location on the timeline, not by their creation time or their name. So when locating with the number pad, jumping to “3” will always be later on the timeline than “2”, regardless of what the markers are named.
Operating the transport from the number pad
|0||play/stop||Performs just like the spacebar.|
|1||reverse play||Click again to increase the rewind speed.|
|2||forward play||Click again to increase the forward speed.|
|3||record-roll||Arms the master record button, and initiates Play.|
|4||loop-roll||Starts playing the selected loop range (if any).|
|6||Toggle Punch On/Off|
|7||Toggle Metronome On/Off|
|8||Toggle “Auto Return”|
|9||Toggle “Follow Edits”|
The remaining Number Pad keys are reserved for future use.