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The Only OS X Shortcut You Need to Remember

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The Only OS X Shortcut You Need to Remember
« on: Nov 27, 2010, 04:43 PM »
The Only OS X Shortcut You Need to Remember. I’m a big fan of the keyboard. Minimizing time between thought and action helps me flow. Vim helps me do this, as do keyboard driven utility apps like
 
LaunchBar. For everything else I rely on keyboard shortcuts. Unfortunately, it’s easy to forget a shortcut, and mousing through the menu is slow and clunky. So, here’s my all time favorite OSX keyboard shortcut: Shift + CMD + /. This is the universal shortcut to toggle an application’s help menu. Not only can you search for application help topics, but menu items are also returned.

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Now, you can quickly launch the action and be on your way. But if you take a moment to hover over the menu item, you will be shown where in the menu it can be found along with it’s keyboard shortcut.
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It’s like an internal command launcher for each application. Plus, you can see the keyboard shortcut for next time and skip the help menu altogether. Enjoy!

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Re: The Only OS X Shortcut You Need to Remember
« Reply #1 on: Dec 06, 2020, 07:56 PM »
Great. Thanks.