(Fingers on the keys!)

... a list navigator above the rest, with all the usual point-n-shoot functions for picking one or more items out of a list using all those convenient navigation keys (page-up, page-down, home, end, etc.), making it a superb drop-in replacement for CUBS' own modest list navigator wherever it's used, and many places that it isn't but probably should have been, like menus. Moreover, it also provides extended navigation features allowing users to quickly jump to the item(s) they're looking for simply by typing the first few characters (as opposed to just one), as well as optionally permitting the reorganizing and restructuring (a la subordination via indentation) of list elements.

Liszt also serves as a major component in several of its stablemates, so don't be surprised to see it frequently.