We recommend putting your most-used features at the top of your ontology. That way you can use the 9 dedicated tool hotkeys to label the first 9 objects in your ontology.
Jump to objects
Select the next object in the Objects panel.
Select the next object in the Objects panel (same as above).
Select the previous object in the Objects panel.
Bring to front
Bring the annotation to the foreground.
Send to back
Send the annotation toward the background.
Hide the vertices on a polygon or polyline object.
Copy selected object
Copy the selected object.
Copy all objects
Copy all objects in the current view.
Paste the contents copied to the clipboard (one or multiple objects).
Click + Drag
"Grab" the image and reposition it on the Editor stage.
Pan while editing
"Grab" the image and reposition it on the Editor stage while you are in the middle of creating an annotation.
Zoom into the image.
Zoom out of the image.
Zoom to fit
Automatically adjust the zoom level so the image fits centered on the Editor stage.
Zoom to 100%
Returns the view of the image to 100% zoom level.
Increase the brightness of the image in the Editor stage.
Decrease the brightness of the image in the Editor stage.
Increase the contrast of the image in the Editor stage.
Decrease the contrast of the image in the Editor stage.
Increase the opacity of the image in the Editor stage.
Decrease the opacity of the image in the Editor stage.
Toggle object titles
Show the annotation names over each annotation on the image
Hold to hide all other annotations on the image other than the one you have selected.
Draw a segmentation mask free hand or point by point.
Draw around the portion of the segmentation mask you want to erase.
Use this tool to segment all other pixels in the image that have not yet been segmented. Useful for labeling backgrounds.
Quickly label things with intricate edges.
Change tool mode
Change the drawing tool.
Undo an action.
Redo an action.
Toggle this menu
Hide/show the keyboard shortcuts menu.
Submit a label.
Skip a label.
Complete the annotation shape.
Delete the annotation.
Deselect an annotation
Next list item
Next item on the list you are on.
Previous list item
Previous item on the list you are on.
Create an issue.
Updated about 2 months ago