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Quickly Show/Hide Hidden Files on macOS Sierra, OS X El Capitan & Yosemite | Ian Lunn - Front-end Developer
Since the release of macOS Sierra, when in Finder, it is now possible to use the shortcut:

CMD + SHIFT + .


Not sure if this actually (still) works. I'm pretty sure I restarted Finder.
<code class="language-bash">defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YE</code>
hiddenfiles  dotfiles  mac  osx  macos  finder  hotkey  fuckina  solution 
7 days ago by kme
827976 - Creating the hidden window lazily on non-Mac platforms
Could this be why shortcuts don't work until the first time a menu selection is triggered?
thunerbird  bug  regression  a11y  macos  shortcutkey  hotkey  needshelp 
september 2019 by kme
xorg - how to type “smart quotes” (U+201C, U+201D) - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange | https://unix.stackexchange.com/


With a Compose key:

Compose , " → „
Compose < " → “
Compose > " → ”
Compose < ' → ‘
Compose > ' → ’

You can enter the last two characters in either order, at least in most locales. There may be locales where it only works in the order Compose < " works or only in the order Compose " <.

If you need to press Shift or AltGr to enter some of these characters, you'll need to hold those modifiers down as usual. You can press and release Compose before the subsequent characters, or you can press Compose and keep it down, as you prefer.

Most keyboards don't have a key marked “Compose”, but you can configure one and your environment may already have one configured. On a PC, a popular choice is the “Menu” key between the right Windows key and the right Ctrl key. The keyboard settings of most desktop environment include an option to make this key or some other key a Compose key.
linux  x11  composekey  curlyquotes  quotes  specialcharacters  hotkey  solution 
july 2019 by kme
Keyboard Glyphs - Meta Stack Exchange | https://meta.stackexchange.com/
You need to use the <kbd> HTML tag:
<code class="language-html">
<kbd>CTRL</kbd>+<kbd>Z</kbd>
</code>
becomes CTRL+
stackexchange  stackoverflow  markdown  formatting  keypress  hotkey  solution 
february 2019 by kme
GitHub - AutoKey, a desktop automation utility for Linux and X11
Looks like you need to install either or both of libdbus-1-dev and libdbus-glib-1-dev.

On later Ubuntus (18.x-ish) and elementaryOS Juno (5.0) you randomly needed to install gir1.2-gtksource-3.0, otherwise you get an error about namespaces not being available.
automation  hotkey  scripting  python  python3  needshelp  alternativeto  texter  textexpander  phraseexpress 
november 2017 by kme
How to type accents, emoji, and symbols on your Mac - Apple Support | https://support.apple.com/
The question is, how would you change that shortcut, or where would you even find that? It's like a "secret" or something (ref: http://www.macosxtips.co.uk/index_files/secret-shortcut-to-use-emoji-in-mavericks.php).
You can use the Character Viewer to insert smileys, dingbats, and other symbols as you type.

1. Click the place in your document or message where you want the character to appear.
2. Press Control–Command–Space bar. The Character Viewer pop-up window appears:
mac  osx  specialcharacters  keyboard  input  hotkey  tipsandtricks  dammitbrain  solution 
november 2017 by kme
GitHub - peterldowns/iterm2-finder-tools: Open iTerm2 from the Finder | https://github.com/
You need to change the (bundled) Automator app to open a new window rather than a tab, if that's what you want by default.

As of 2019-09-05, I had to remove the "try" block and leave behind just the 'set newWindow to (create window with default profile)' so it wasn't trying to open a tab (invisbly) using the drop-down hotkey window.
iterm  finder  automation  hotkey  applescript  filemanagement  fuckina  solution 
november 2017 by kme
Two separate services (one internal and one not) can be confusing · Issue #409 · quicksilver/Quicksilver · GitHub | https://github.com/
So I've started looking into this, since the ⌘⎋ shortcut doesn't work on the Mac at work. Interestingly enough, this is not the fault of QS, but the fault of the keyboard (?!?). The ⌘⎋ just doesn't seem to work AT ALL. I've installed key codes and when I press ⌘⎋ it doesn't register. All other shortcuts do. This is on 10.7.4, new Mac Mini with an Apple keyboard
(P.S. international English is so annoying. Where's the £ sign?!)

The intersesting thing, however, is that when QS simulates the ⌘⎋ keystrokes using carbon (in QSGlobalSelectionProvider.m invokeService) it does work (this is invoked when you use the 'current selection' object with the 'pull selection from frontmost app' option enabled.

Seeing as there seems to be this huge limitation with ⌘⎋ not actually registering as a keyboard shortcut, here's what I propose:

We remove the 'send to quicksilver' service
We keep the get current selection (internal) service, but rename it to something more obvious so as it isn't changed. e.g. Quicksilver Internal Selection (Private)
We make a new default trigger called 'get selection' that literally just does select current selection in command window. People would be told NOT to touch the ⌘⎋ shortcut in the keyboard preferences (if they do, things will) but to edit the trigger keyboard shortcut.
For those who still like the ⌘⎋ shortcut, and for whom it still works, since it'll still be enabled (as a 'private' service) you can still use that.
Added bonus: Using the current selection proxy works more consistently than the service in Finder (e.g. try the service on a folder in Finder when in column mode) so it should fix a few problems

Once we're down to one service, I'll start working on the few bugs with the 'current selection' proxy :)
quicksilver  hotkey  finder  filemanagement  tipsandtricks 
september 2017 by kme
Issues with Finder Selection (Proxies and Service) · Issue #485 · quicksilver/Quicksilver · GitHub | https://github.com/
Mentioned in IRC, but ⌥⌘G is "Grab 'n' Drop". It's a shortcut for "move the Finder Selection here". Hitting it should result in the interface showing [Finder Selection] ⇥ Move to… ⇥ [Quicksilver Selection], at which point you can hit ↩ to confirm.
quicksilver  hotkey  finder  filemanagement  tipsandtricks 
september 2017 by kme
How do I equally balance tmux(1) split panes? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange


Vertically

select-layout even-vertical
Usually assigned to: C-b M-2

Horizontally

select-layout even-horizontal
Usually assigned to: C-b M-1
tmux  windowmanagement  multiplexer  hotkey  solution 
june 2016 by kme
Customizable Shortcuts :: Add-ons für Firefox
A pretty good (signed) replacement for the now-defunct (unsigned) Keyconfig. Also does its work without restarting or closing/re-opening existing windows.

Update: which is now itself defunct, pulled from AMO by the author. :(
firefox  shortcutkey  hotkey  customization  movein  essential  fuckina  solution  alternativeto  keyconfig 
december 2015 by kme
keyboard shortcuts - Universal Access Zoom In/Out - elementary OS Stack Exchange
This still seems to work in Loki (0.4)--but is sometimes flaky?.
By default, elementary OS has a magnifier that can be used by pressing ⌘++ to zoom in and ⌘+- to zoom out.

Note that ⌘ refers to the "Super" key, which on your hardware might have a Windows logo, an Ubuntu logo, or the word "Command".
ubuntu  a11y  hotkey  zoom  solution  elementaryos  x11 
december 2015 by kme
Disable Ctrl-Q Shortcut :: Add-ons for Firefox
Might be able to use this as a template to disable Ctrl+D as the default bookmark extension.
firefox  shortcut  hotkey  extension  addon  annoyance  maybesolution 
december 2015 by kme
keyboard shortcuts - How does one swap two panes in Tmux? - Super User - http://superuser.com/
The swap-pane command can do this for you. The { and } keys are bound to swap-pane -U and swap-pane -D in the default configuration.

So, to effect your desired change, you can probably use Prefix { when you are in the right pane (or Prefix } if you are in the left pane).

The -U and -D refer to “up” and “down” in the pane index order (“up” is the same direction that Prefix o moves across panes). You can see the pane indices with display-panes (Prefix q, by default).
tmux  hotkey  windowmanagement  solution  fuckina 
august 2015 by kme
vim ignores keymapping, provided in .vimrc - Stack Overflow
Under :help key-notation, you'll see that <C-J> and <NL> are equivalent. May Control key codes have special meaning:

<NL> linefeed CTRL-J 10 (used for <Nul>)
vim  configfile  keymapping  hotkey  solution 
august 2015 by kme
Customizable Shortcuts :: Add-ons for Firefox
You can use this to disable Ctrl+D and then modify the Pinboard .xpi directly to get Ctrl+D and Ctrl+E to work as Pinboard shortcuts instead.
firefox  keybinding  shortcut  hotkey  extension  solution 
june 2015 by kme
3.3 Keyboard Shortcuts [http://docs.racket-lang.org/]
The interactions window has all of the same keyboard shortcuts as the definitions window plus a few more:

M-p : bring the previously entered expression down to the prompt

M-n : bring the expression after the current expression in the expression history down to the prompt
racket  shortcut  hotkey  solution 
february 2015 by kme
How to use the shortcut for em dash - Microsoft Community
On Mac OS X: Shift + Option + Hyphen.

On Windows: Alt + Numpad{0, 1, 5, 1}
windows  typography  specialcharacters  mdash  hotkey  dammitbrain  workaround 
october 2014 by kme
How to lock screen on MacBook Air? - Ask Different
/System/Library/CoreServices/Menu\ Extras/User.menu/Contents/Resources/CGSession -suspend
mac  osx  lockscreen  incantation  solution  hotkey  shortcutkey  10.8 
october 2014 by kme
NoMachine - How to use NX keyboard shortcuts in 3.x.x and earlier
But that's fine, because full screen isn't supported on Windows anyway.
hotkey  shortcuts  nomachine  nx  solution  windows  dammitbrain 
may 2014 by kme
keyboard shortcuts - How Do I Switch Between Multiple Eclipse Windows (in "Split Screen" Mode) - Stack Overflow
By default, its Ctrl+F6. However, its useful if you map you keys to Ctrl+Tab to switch between open editors like Windows.

You can change your preferred keys in Window>Preferences>General>Keys and change "Next Editor" to any key of your choice(Ex: Ctrl+Tab). Hope this is what you needed.
eclipse  editor  hotkey  shortcut  solution  movein 
april 2014 by kme
Ubuntu Linux Text-to-Speech | solomonson.com

#!/bin/bash

#This script reads the information from the clipboard outloud.

#Look for festival being run.
running=$(pgrep festival)

if [ -z $running ]
then
#read it
xclip -o|festival --tts
else
#kill it
killall festival;killall aplay;sleep .1;killall aplay
fi
linux  tts  samplecode  commandline  a11y  hotkey  solution 
march 2014 by kme
Get back the ctrl-alt-backspace behavior in Ubuntu | gHacks Technology News
NB: The 'dontzap' package doesn't seem to be in the Ubuntu >= 12.04 default repositories (maybe 'universe' wasn't enabled)?
If you don't want to install the dontzap application you can hand-edit your xorg.conf file to include the correct DontZap entry. To do this enter the following command to open up your xorg.conf file for editing:

sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf

What you want to do is add the following lines to the end of your file:

Section "ServerFlags"
Option "DontZap" "off"
EndSection
x11  annoyance  configfile  ubuntu  solution  hotkey  magickeys 
march 2014 by kme
Changing "switch between spaces" shortcut key to option-tab? - MacRumors Forums
tell application "System Events" keystroke (ASCII character 29) using {option down} end tell
mac  osx  applescript  sendkeys  hotkey  samplecode 
january 2014 by kme
tarlog-plugins - Tarlog's Eclipse Plugins - Google Project Hosting
NB: Set the key bindings for "Increase/Decrease" and "Zoom In/Out" (one is for the "Editing Text" context, one for the "Window" context). On Mac, you'll probably need to assign Zoom In to Cmd+Shift+=, because no other combination seems to work.
eclipse  programming  ide  solution  essential  move  in  plugin  editor  hotkey 
september 2013 by kme
Combine function list and minimap! / General forum / Sublime Text
{ "keys": ["super+r"], "command": "show_overlay", "args": {"overlay": "goto", "text": "@function "} }
sublimetext  editor  hotkey  tipsandtricks  watchthisspace  devel 
april 2013 by kme

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