Entering a command set in the Interactive Document and executing it using Ctrl + Return triggers the following actions:
Thus you can imagine the history in the following way
where the rectangle with the arrows represents the history cursor, i.e. the current position the history. The history cursor can be moved using the keys Alt + Left (to go to a command set entered earlier) and Alt + Right (to go to a command set entered later). When the history cursor is positioned on the last history page and you press Alt + Right a new empty page will be opened.
Since there might be situations when you don't want all of the three actions mentioned above to be executed, there are several key combinations to change that behaviour:
When you are not in the Interactive Document, all of the above key combinations should work except the combinations to browse the history and the key combination Shift + Return to replace the current history page and Ctrl + Delete to remove the current history page, since those make no sense when you are not in the Interactive Document.
|Return||-||X||-||Append, Execute, Jump|
|Return||X||-||-||Append, NoExecute, Jump|
|Return||-||-||X||Replace, NoExecute, NoJump|
|Return||X||-||X||Append, NoExecute, NoJump|
|Return||-||X||X||Append, Execute, NoJump|
|Left||X||-||-||Previous interactive page|
|Right||X||-||-||Next interactive page|
|Delete||-||X||-||Delete current history page|