I know, there is a shortcut for “Save Draft” in “basic mode” (Accesskey D) – but my preferred mode is “dynamic mode” – and Accesskey D does something else in Chrome on the Mac – it deletes a character on the right side of the text cursor. In file editors I save the current state… Continue reading horde / IMP / New Message / Save Draft – a shortcut in “dynamic mode”
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_keyboard_shortcuts On Windows F6 is shortcut that works both in Explorer and in Chrome.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_keyboard_shortcuts#Browsers_.2F_Go_menu Windows’s Explorer: Alt+D (as in Address Bar — apparently only for English as interface language) Mac OS X: Shift+Cmd+G (as in Go …)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_keyboard_shortcuts Win+”arrow down” (actually not respected by all applications) resp. Win+”arrow up” Alt+Space then “n” (as in Minimize) Alt+Space then “x” (as in Maximize) One reason less to use the mouse sitting like 30cm away from my keyboard … — I enjoy that.
https://adium.im/ Within “Mission Control” I was quite able to switch to any of my 4×4 desktops on OS X, but outside “Mission Control” and since I installed Mavericks the keyboard shortcuts got ignore – apart from going to the “left” and the “right” virtual desktop. Now with adium-1.5.10b1 these problems seem to be gone.
It took me quite a while to find the right group of system preferences, where to switch it back to “black on white”: Universal Access. Apple Universal Access is a component of the Mac OS X operating system that provides computing abilities to the blind, deaf, and handicapped. Update 2012-10-01 It happened again (in a… Continue reading OS X: accidentally switched my desktop to “white on black”
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Can I use keyboard shortcuts while posting? – Blogger Help I do experience problems (that I reported about) with the “control + shift” combinations.
Here is a rather brief description, at least covering the very special keyboard shortcuts. What a pity, that I haven’t been able to find it online so far. But here it is: Ruby mode: Major mode for editing Ruby scripts. TAB properly indents subexpressions of multi-line class, module, def, if, while, for, do, and case… Continue reading ruby mode : use describe-mode within emacs
Spaces in Lion – MacRumors Forums They removed the Spaces Grid for Lion, that’s crappy. It must come back very soon. For the time being “absolute positioning to a space” with the right keyboard shortcut and “threefinger swiping” up and down will help a little.