Minecraft: Java Edition and How do you get minecraft on the wii Edition for Windows 10 uses the standard control scheme of mouse and keyboard controls as input. The game cannot be played using only a mouse or only a keyboard using the default control scheme.
Scrolls through the quick-bar and the chat when opened. Opens up the menu and gives back cursor control. Use this in conjunction with F2 to take screenshots without the HUD. This option is also useful when exploring with a map. When swimming, keeps the player afloat. Player will sprint-fly if they are sprinting while they double-tap the spacebar. Holding Shift and pressing USE on an usable block with a block in hand will override the USE action and will place the block instead like Levers onto blocks that would usually open an internal inventory, such as Dispensers.
Used to get off rideable entities. Increase speed when Fly Mode is on. When Fly Mode is on, double-tapping will increase the speed at which the player flies. Switch to the block currently looked at, as long as it is in the inventory.
In Creative mode, if the block is not in the quickbar, replaces the currently active quickbar slot with the block currently looked at, ignoring whether or not the block is in your inventory. Clicking on a mob will give that mob’s spawn egg, if there is one. Hovering over an item in an inventory and clicking with the mouse wheel when in creative gives the maximum stack of that item. This button will also use items in the off-hand.