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Apart from pressing the space bar, the only control available to the player is to press the Esc key and quit the game.
While the Esc key often does escape, Pause seldom pauses.
However, there is frequently a mechanism, such as the Esc key, to disable the splash screen and view the messages.
A common application today of the Esc key is as a shortcut key for the Stop button in many web browsers.
A user could hold down the ESC key upon bootup, to disable the card for speed sensitive applications.
The Esc key may be pressed at any time to provide a menu of additional facilities such as the talker, messaging systems, personal profile and settings.
Another use for the Esc key, in combination with the Command key, is switching to Front Row, if installed.
An escape character is usually assigned to the Esc key on a computer keyboard, and can be sent in other ways than as part of an escape sequence.
Pentadactyl deals with such cases by providing a special "pass-through" mode, which passes all the key press events (except for Esc key) directly to the site.
The esc key is located to the left of the 1 key; the tilde key normally found there is at the right end of the same row.
To return to normal size, move the mouse so that the bottom bar becomes visible and click on the 'Full screen' button, or simply press the Esc key at any time.
If the Esc key and other keys that send escape sequences are both supposed to be meaningful to an application, an ambiguity arises if a character terminal is in use.
For example, you can't switch to another file, or even turn the machine off, without first pressing the Esc key to close the current file; by smart-keyboard standards, that's real complexity.
To move from an open application to DOSShell, press CTRL and ESC keys together.
For example, the Esc key may be used as an input character in editors such as vi, or for backing up one level in a menu in some applications.
On Windows and Macs: hold down the SHIFT and ESC keys and then press the number of the access key.
For this reason, most applications that could support lower-case letters could also use the ESC key as a substitute lowercase toggle if the "shift key mod" was not installed.
The DEC VT220 series was one of the few popular keyboards that did not have a dedicated Esc key, instead using one of the keys above the main keypad.
This saves you having to exit one program to start another, and you can move freely between open programs using either the Hot Keys or CTRL + ESC keys.
This is a very useful source of information on QBasic and you should look at it later but for now press the ESC key to bypass it and get straight on with QBasic.
On keyboards that lack it, the functionality of the meta key, if available at all, may be invoked by other keys such as the Alt key or with the Windows key or the Esc key (as, for example, in Emacs).
It displayed text entirely in uppercase, but case could be toggled by pressing the ESC key; characters that the user signified as uppercase appeared in inverse (black on white) capitals, while characters in lowercase appeared as standard capitals.
Nor does the keyboard include the computerish Ctrl, Alt or Esc keys; instead a comparable key marked "code" switches the regular keys to functions labeled in green with terms as clear as "expr," "p ind," and "l out," not to be confused with "layout."
When the application receives the ASCII escape character, it is not clear whether that character is the result of the user pressing the Esc key or whether it is the initial character of an escape sequence (e.g., resulting from an arrow key press).
The console is normally accessed by pressing the backtick key ' (frequently also called the key; normally located below the ESC key) on QWERTY keyboards or the 2 on AZERTY keyboards, and is usually hidden by default.