When running T3d with Elixir graphic interface, the bottom menu palette provides the user with all the facilities to control the run of T3d and to visualize the results. There are few useful key bindings
|Ctrl a||fit all (all drawing windows are affected)|
|Ctrl p||proceed run|
|Ctrl s||stop run|
|Ctrl x||exit (no results will be printed)|
|B1||view window (choose two opposite corners)|
|Ctrl B1||pan view|
|Ctrl B2||zoom view|
|Shift B2||fit all (only active drawing window is affected)|
|Ctrl Shift B1||rotate view|
|Ctrl B1||select by window (choose two opposite corners)|
|Shift B1||select nearest point|
|(confirm by B1 or select next one by Shift B1)|
|Ctrl B3||suspend handler|
B1, B2, and B3 stand for left, middle, and right mouse button.
In the case, an error in input data has been detected, the user is interactively asked for starting a graphic interface (to view at least the part of input data which has been successfully parsed). A time out is used to prevent blocking. Note that this is an optional feature and might not be available.