Transport Fever 2 – Key Mapping Guide (Keyboard Control List for PC)

This guide is getting familiar with the keys.

PC Keyboard Controls Guide for Transport Fever 2

Introduction

For conviction all PC keyboard controls are grouped into blocks.

The Keys

  • Help – F1
  • Close all – Delete
  • Pause – ESC

  • Cycle game speed – TAB

  • Camera move up – W
  • Camera move down – S
  • Camera move left – A
  • Camera move right – D
  • Camera rotate left – Q
  • Camera rotate right – E
  • Camera tilt up – R
  • Camera tilt down – F
  • Camera zoom in – X
  • Camera zoom out – Z

  • Camera tool: Stop – Backspace
  • Camera tool: Add keyframe – Insert
  • Camera tool: Clear keyframes – Home
  • Camera tool: Toggle play/pause – Space
  • Camera tool: Capture – Return

  • Show / hide street menu – 1
  • Show / hide tracks menu – 2
  • Show / hide water menu – 3
  • Show / hide air menu – 4
  • Show / hide terrain tools menu – 5

  • Show / hide line manager – L
  • Show / hide vehicle manager – V
  • Activate/deactivate bulldozer – B
  • Show / hide line statistics – F2
  • Show / hide vehicle statistics – F3
  • Show / hide station statistics – F4
  • Show / hide industry town – F5
  • Show / hide industry statistics – F6

  • Show / hide land use layer – Keypad 3
  • Show / hide contour lines layer – Keypad 1
  • Show / hide stations layer – Keypad 7
  • Show / hide destinations layer – Keypad 5
  • Show / hide cargo layer – Keypad 6
  • Show / hide navigable waters layer – Keypad 2
  • Show / hide track speed limits layer – Keypad 4
  • Show / hide street traffic layer – Keypad 8
  • Show / hide emission layer – Keypad 9

  • Show / hide warnings window – F11
  • Construction option 1 – M
  • Construction option 2 – N
  • Construction option 5 – O
  • Construction option 6 – P
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