How to Adjust the Direction Key

You have probably used the arrow keys to move your cursor, but if you don’t know what they do, there are many ways to fine-tune the position of your control. You can use shortcut keys on your keyboard to move your selected control one cell or pixel at a time. Shift Z and Ctrl X are useful keys to press when you want to adjust the direction of the cursor.


To change the speed of the direction key in MacOS, you need to access the System Preferences menu. To open this menu, click the Apple menu icon at the top-left corner of the screen. Next, select System Preferences. You can also go to the keyboard icon to access the same menu. If the repeat speed of your arrow keys is too fast, you can lower it by adjusting the delay in the keyboard properties window.


To change the direction of the cursor, position the direction key. Pressing the arrow key up should move the cursor to the last key moment, while pressing the arrow key down will move the cursor to the previous one. In order to change the direction of the cursor, you can either hold down the Alt or Shift key while pressing the arrow key. Then, use the left and right arrow keys to move the cursor back and forth.

Shift Z Ctrl X

Using the keyboard shortcuts Shift Z or Ctrl Y to move the cursor to the left or right will allow you to move the cursor in any direction. The shift-arrow commands move the cursor to the beginning or end of a line. Shift-left or Ctrl-right will move the screen image 20 spaces in the opposite direction. Shift the keyboard shortcut to move to the left or right will result in the cursor being positioned 20 columns from the left or right.

QWOP controls Qwop’s arms and legs

The iPhone version of QWOP was released in 2011 and follows the same gameplay as the original, but differs from it in the way that Qwop’s arms and legs are controlled. Qwop can run, hop, crawl, and jump a hundred meters. But landing on a knee too hard will cause Qwop to fail the game. Also, even a light brush against the ground will cause the game to end.

QWOP controls Qwop’-style, with four buttons for moving the ragdoll’s arms and legs. The game has difficulty levels 400 times higher than real-life jogging, so players should understand the proper stances and movements before taking on the challenge. For example, pressing the Q button will move the thigh, while holding the W and O buttons will move the posterior thigh forward or backward. The P button, on the other hand, will move the calf.