Flashcards in MAC Shortcuts... Deck (91):
When you press:
When you press:
log out without confirmation
cycle between open applications
*after* having pressed command-tab, it will cycle between open applications in reverse
cycle between open applications in reverse direction
cycle between open windows in the selected application
cycle between open windows in the selected application in reverse direction
cycle between open windows in all applications
cycle between open windows in all applications in reverse direction
Spaces (Leopard only)
Expos� for all windows (Panther and newer)
Expos� for all windows in selected application
Expos� to reveal desktop
Dashboard (Tiger and newer)
Jump to a space (10.5+)
Cycle through spaces (10.5+)
activate keyboard control of the menu bar
activate keyboard control of the Dock
activate keyboard control of the Menu Extras (right side of menu bar)
activate Spotlight (Tiger) or switch between keyboard layouts (pre-Tiger systems)
decrease the screen contrast
increase the screen contrast
turn screen zooming on or off
zoom in (if screen zooming is on)
invert the screen colors
send file to trash
open a Spotlight search
open a Spotlight search in a finder "Find" window
when dragging file onto folder it will spring open without the usual delay
Change volume without sound effect
Fine-grained volume control (10.5+ ?)
Sound Preference Pane
Display Preference Pane
Change display mode (only on revised fn keyboard layout on Alu. keyboards, newer MBP/MBs?)
choose blue button in dialogue box (usually "enter" or "accept")
simulate a mouse click on focused object (i.e., the button or control that has a blue halo around it)
Search application help. As of 10.5, this also FAYT searches available menu items. It also activates the menu bar as keyboard navigable if the search string is empty.
How does control-A manipulate text?
move to start of current paragraph
How does control-B manipulate text?
move left one character
How does control-D manipulate text?
How does control-E manipulate text?
move to end of current paragraph
How does control-F manipulate text?
move right one character
How does control-H manipulate text?
How does control-K manipulate text?
delete remainder of current paragraph
How does control-N manipulate text?
move down one line
How does control-O manipulate text?
insert new line after cursor
How does control-P manipulate text?
move up one line
How does control-T manipulate text?
transpose (swap) two surrounding character
How does control-V manipulate text?
move to end, then left one character
How does control-Y manipulate text?
paste text previously deleted with control-K
Hold down C to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
boot from CD or DVD
Hold down T to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
start up in FireWire target mode (the Mac temporarily becomes a very expensive external FireWire drive)
Hold down X to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
force boot into Mac OS X (older Macs that dual-boot into OS 9 and X)
Hold down N to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
start from Network drive
Hold down shift to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
boot into safe mode
Hold down the mouse button to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
eject CD before booting normally
Hold down command-S to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
boot into single user mode; type exit when done
Hold down command-option-O-F to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
boot into the Open Firmware prompt
Hold down command-option-P-R to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
Hold down command-option-V to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
verbose boot; show the Unixy text goodness at boot time
Hold down command-option-shift-delete to cause a Mac to perform what at startup time.
bypass internal harddrive on boot