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 ==== Selecting items ==== ==== Selecting items ====
  
-While in the interactive stack, you can operate on a single item //by simply moving the cursor to that item// or on multiple items //by selecting them first, then operating on them//.+While in the interactive stack, you can operate on a single item //by simply moving the cursor to that item// or on multiple items //by selecting them first, then operating on them//.
  
 To select multiple items, move the cursor to the item in question, then press **SP**. The item will be highlighted on the screen. Moving the cursor to other items will extend the selection, and pressing **SP** again will fix the selection, so the cursor is free to move. The selection is also cleared by another tap of **SP**. To select multiple items, move the cursor to the item in question, then press **SP**. The item will be highlighted on the screen. Moving the cursor to other items will extend the selection, and pressing **SP** again will fix the selection, so the cursor is free to move. The selection is also cleared by another tap of **SP**.
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 === Rotating items and ranges === === Rotating items and ranges ===
  
-The most common stack operations are performed using **LF** and **RT**. When there'​s no selection, **LF** will move the item at the cursor to Level 1, while **RT** will move Level 1 to the position pointed by the cursor. Other items in between will move accordingly,​ effectively causing ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​stack:​cmd_roll|ROLL]]''​ and ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​stack:​cmd_rolld|ROLLD]]''​ with the items between ​Level 1 and the cursor.+The most common stack operations are performed using **LF** and **RT**. When there'​s no selection, **LF** will move the item at the cursor to level 1, while **RT** will move the item on level 1 to the position pointed by the cursor. Other items in between will move accordingly,​ effectively causing ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​stack:​cmd_roll|ROLL]]''​ and ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​stack:​cmd_rolld|ROLLD]]''​ with the items between ​level 1 and the cursor.
  
 When there'​s a selection, and __only if the cursor is within the selected range__, **LF** and **RT** will do the same but only within the selected range, effectively rotating the selected items. When there'​s a selection, and __only if the cursor is within the selected range__, **LF** and **RT** will do the same but only within the selected range, effectively rotating the selected items.
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 === Picking an item === === Picking an item ===
  
-Pressing **EN** will create a copy of the object at the cursor position at Level 1 (similar to ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​stack:​cmd_pick|PICK]]''​). It works on individual items only.+Pressing **EN** will create a copy of the object at the cursor position at level 1 (similar to ''​[[manual:​chapter6:​stack:​cmd_pick|PICK]]''​). It works on individual items only.
  
 === Removing items === === Removing items ===
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