The right hand pane of the Keyboard Manager presents current key map file information in four columns. The columns of information are:
You can use your UP and DOWN ARROW keys to move through the columns of information. As in the left hand pane, you can also use first letter navigation to move to the first script name that begins with the letter you have typed.
The first column of information contains the script name. When you press the associated keystroke, this is the script that is activated. The actual script is contained within the corresponding script file with the same name as the selected key map file whose contents you are reviewing. Examples of script names include AdjustJAWSOptions, SaySystemTime, and SayCharacter.
The second column of information contains the keystroke assignment that activates the script when the command is pressed. As you move up or down the list of information, you may notice some script names that do not have keystroke assignments. In these cases, the Keyboard Manager displays "none." This indicates that either a keystroke assignment was never made, the script is used in conjunction with a Braille display and you do not have a Braille display, or the script was left over from a previous version of JAWS and is no longer used. Examples of keystrokes include: JAWS Key+V, JAWS Key+F12, and JAWS Key+NUM PAD 5.
The third column of information contains the name of the key map file in which the keystroke assignment is stored. When a keystroke assignment is located in the default key map file, then the Keyboard Manager displays "Default" in this column. The Keyboard Manager displays the application key map file name if the keystroke assignment is specific to that application.
The fourth and final column of information contains the key map section. This is the section of the key map file in which the keystroke assignment is stored. When this column displays "common," then the keystroke assignment is available in both the desktop and laptop keyboard layouts. In cases where this column displays "desktop," then the keystroke assignment is only available when you are using the desktop keyboard layout. When this column displays "laptop," then the keystroke is only available when you are using the laptop keyboard layout. See 2.7 Adding Keystrokes for more information on assigning keystrokes to specific keyboard layouts.