To use the keyboard for adding a sibling AFTER the current node:

(1) First click on the tree with your mouse to make sure it has focus.

(2) Then - whenever necessary - use the Up/Down arrow keys on your keyboard to select a node.

(3) Then, while holding down the "Shift" key, press the "Insert" key. This adds a sibling node AFTER the current node.

(4) Finally, type in the name for the new node, and press the Enter key on your keyboard when you are done.

Instead of using the "Shift insert" key combination you can also use the "Enter" key for adding a node AFTER the current node, but only if you are not currently editing the title of the node.



To use the keyboard for adding a sibling node BEFORE the current node:

(1) Make sure the tree has focus

(2) Navigate to the node of your choice using the Up/Down arrow keys on your keyboard or select the node with your mouse.

(3) Then, while holding down the "Shift" and "Ctrl" keys, press the "Insert key". This adds a sibling node BEFORE the current node.
A more official way of referring to this key combination is: "Shift Ctrl Ins".

(4) Finally, type in the name of the new node, and press "Enter".

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